Desire to start any kind of business is generally good, but you need to somehow manage to keep that desire when you encounter all the hard parts of this business. Managing and hiring the right employees, pricing your furniture and all these issues can get pretty complicated. In order to get everything right, i would recommend talking to someone who is experienced in same field. You might wonder, why would successful businessman talk and teach me, his future competitor? that's why you are going to reach out to furniture business owners who are far away from you, preferably in another state or even country.
Now starting the business itself is whole another topic. There are few questions you need to ask yourself. Are you going to make furniture yourself, or hire someone else to do it? the first option is less expensive, but requires you to have carpentry experience and lots of time. But if i were to start a business right now, i would choose that route. Starting and managing small business by yourself is easy, because you don't have to worry about quality of the work, or your employees ripping you off by doing nothing all day. And if it doesn't work, you don't loose a lot. Well, you will loose quite a lot of money, but not nearly as much as you'd loose if you had outsourced everything. You'll still need to buy tools though - Good tables, small circular saw, table saw, and many other accessories. Choosing the right equipment is very important, so you need to do a little research before buying any of these. I know a page about mini circular saw reviews, which really helped a lot and basically saved me hours of reading time. The blog's name is, TheSawExpert, i linked it before in this tutorial.
Now, the hardest part - selling your furniture. This is a lot easier if you already have base of clients from past, so you can try to sell them to jump start your business. If you don't, it's still doable. Get on facebook, yelp, google business and other listings to establish yourself as trustworthy furniture seller. You can try facebook advertising as well, but i haven't had much luck with it myself. There are lots of promotional methods, but i think the most effective way to sell your stock is to visit fares and other market like events and put your products in front of audience. If you know what you'e doing and furniture is well designed and durable, you'll get lots of sales. It's also possible to sell online - eBay and Amazon will allow you to list your products for about 10 percent fee of the sale. I think it's fair deal, but if you don't want to give up that much, you can try to create your own online shop on Shopify or other ecommerce platforms.