Lazy Susans are a great addition to keep your kitchen items organized and easily accessible. If you constantly have to stretch across the table to grab a napkin, or you always lose your favorite spices in the corner of your cabinet, Lazy Susans can help. With a quick spin, they put hard-to-access items within reach.
Tabletop Lazy Susans
Lazy Susans for tables are a convenient way for everyone at the dinner table to get what they need. Access condiments without asking someone to pass them. Or place side dishes on the turntable at meal times for easy serving.
A Lazy Susan turntable can be used in many other ways and is a great solution for more than just your table:
● Streamline Your Refrigerator. Place a plastic Lazy Susan in the fridge to gain easy access to items at the back of the shelf that would normally be hard to reach.
● Organize Cosmetics. Use a small Lazy Susan to keep your cosmetics organized on your dresser or bathroom counter. Choose one in marble or glass for an elegant addition to your vanity.
● Make a Coffee Station. If your family uses different creamers, sweeteners and coffee pods, organize them with a Lazy Susan.
● Consolidate Your Coffee Table. Use a large Lazy Susan in place of a coffee table tray as an easily accessible home for magazines, reading glasses, television remotes and more.
Cabinet Lazy Susans
A Lazy Susan cabinet is ideal for organizing spices, packaged foods and even small appliances. It’s especially useful in deep storage areas like corner cabinet shelves.
To find the size you need, measure from the back of the cabinet to just inside the front and subtract 2 inches. Measure from top to bottom inside the cabinet to get the proper shaft length.
For a 45-degree corner cabinet Lazy Susan, a D-shaped version is ideal. Measure the minimum width inside the cabinet and subtract 4 inches. For a corner cabinet with a double folding door, use a kidney-shaped Lazy Susan.
A half-moon Lazy Susan usually attaches to the inside of a cabinet door. It’s designed for blind corner cabinets. Make sure the interior of the cabinet is deeper than the width of the half-moon at its widest point.