Compared with flat-top desks, desk with everted flanges are named so because of both everted and flared ends of the desk panel. Diversified designs can be seen in the aprons and panel of this desk; above the two legs, there are symmetrical cloud heads carved and inlayed, on top of which there are small curly cloud patterns, symmetrical as well. The two side panels are also carved with curly cloud heads; connections like “supporting pins” are placed between big and small curly cloud carvings and between the curly cloud carvings and the apron. The junction between the center of the cloud head and the lower apron is supposed to form a splayed slope structure; in this case, however, it is the opposite, forming a round base connection. As a result, it looks like the cloud heads are ascending. Small double-layer cloud heads (or lucid ganoderma patterns) are carved at the joint between the top of the bigger cloud heads and the hollowed-out apron. “Support pins” are also mounted to the center of the cloud heads, as the longer sides of the apron, which is absolutely necessary. Without a support pin, the deeply curly could heads are of no practical function in terms of materials; nevertheless, with a support pin linking the cloud head to the central, it is like a single support added. This kind of flexible design improves the furniture’s performance and durability. The aprons and side panels constitute the frame, and at the central between the four legs there are two parallel melon-shaped molding lines, making the entire desk stretched and graceful.