In Indonesia, you will find thousands of small factories which offer great prices which can offer you nice opportunities matching with your price positionning strategy.
However, it is risky and demands a high level of control to work with them. There are of course issues with quality, finishing and so on. But the biggest risk would be the cashflow of those small furniture manufacturers. They usually work with small margin and very tight cashflow and often cannot make up for a mistake they have done. So all you might get for your money would be a "We are sorry" and no solution would come out of this.
So, to work with them, you will need to assess if they have cashflow, to know if they are registered as a company, if they supply legal wood, where do they dry the wood (kiln dry or traditional oven) and what are their quality standards. Where do they buy their hardware from and finally, do they have an export license. That would be the basic of all.
Once you are positive on all those points, you will need to establish a tight process schedule and follow up every step of the way,