Having something “custom-made” is not always worth the extra numbers on the price tag. However, sometimes going the extra mile and having something designed or produced specifically for you is invaluable.
Though personalization is definitely a trend in the market, with consumers loving the opportunity to make their mark, it is more work for the company that is making the product or providing the service, making it more time intensive, a cost that is reflected in the final price.
Here are some examples that even the most frugal of people will agree that custom trumps cookie cutter:
With budget alternatives like IKEA, it seems superfluous to spend twice or even three times as much on custom furniture.…