Churrigueresque refers to a style of ornate and extravagant decoration that was popularized in Spain during the late 17th and early 18th centuries. It is named after the Spanish architect Josť Benito de Churriguera, who was known for his lavish and intricate designs. Churrigueresque furniture typically features intricately carved woodwork, with elaborate details such as scrolls, foliage, shells, and other decorative elements. The style is characterized by its exuberance, dynamism, and Baroque influences. Churrigueresque furniture was often used in churches, palaces, and other grand architectural settings, emphasizing opulence and excess. Spanish Baroque style from the 17th century.