As much as I love to make a lot of my own pieces of furniture, I also love checking out antique furniture. There are so many pieces that just scream beauty and can spark imagination when designing my next project to build. That’s exactly the case with this desk.
I can’t get over the engineering and artistry involved in this beautiful French desk. Made by Alfred Beurdeley in 1880, this table (known as a Science And Mathematics table) contains beautiful detail, but it’s more than just a pretty face. With the turn of a key, several hidden compartments are revealed. We know you’re going to love the beauty and artistry of this piece of furniture as much as we did so be sure to check out the video below!