14 Ways to Make a DIY Lazy Susan
Do you hate being asked to pass the ketchup, salt or pepper in the middle of a meal? A lazy Susan would make it a lot easier for you. It is a rotating tray placed on a countertop or a table that carries food items. You can pick up the food, spice or condiment that you want from it, at your own convenience. You can make one by selecting any of the tutorials below.
You would love to put this together for your dining table. It is easy on your pocket and quite simple to make. A round pine piece, a rotating spice holder, bonding glue and paint are the basic supplies.
A wooden stool is repurposed for this lazy Susan. Learn how to make the base and the different parts from scratch by clicking on the above link. You need turntable hardware for this.
A splash of inlay beautifully embellishes this table accessory. It consists of a base, a top with a ball bearing swivel sandwiched in between.
A wooden lazy Susan would be a useful addition to your pantry. You can make it oval instead of round if you so wish.
A lazy Susan style tabletop would come especially handy if you have a large, round dining table. Building one is not as difficult as it looks if you have the right tools in your kitty.
This fun project can be done without bearings. You can use the turntable for panoramic photography, workshop or kitchen corner cabinet.
This two-tiered lazy Susan is decorated beautifully with cut CDs and DVDs. A candle holder is used to connect the two tiers.
This revolving spice rack is simple to make and attractive. You won’t believe that the supplies for the project are just two round cake pans and a few pie weights.
We are sure that the DIY ideas would inspire you to craft a homemade lazy Suzan in your free time. Who doesn’t want a touch of vitality in the dining space and kitchen? You would find that though the majority of them are built out of wood, you can try out other novel materials as well.
Published on December 2nd 2019 by Peyton Derrida