What do you put on a tabletop Lazy Susan?

What do you put on a tabletop Lazy Susan?

Stick your markers, crayons, paints and any other crafting supplies atop a lazy Susan, and kids can easily share supplies while they work on a project around the kitchen table. This can be a temporary use, or you can make it permanent by gluing mason jars or pencil cups to the surface.

Does Hobby Lobby have Lazy Susans?

White Scalloped Lazy Susan – Large | Hobby Lobby | 80989023.

What size Lazy Susan do I need for table?

Wood Lazy Susans: How to Size Guidelines

Lazy Susan Diameter Table Width (round) Table Width (rectangular/square)
12-16″ 36-42″ 36″
16-20″ 42-48″ 44-48″
18-24″ 45-52″ 48-52″
24-28″ 52-60″ 54″

What are lazy susans for kitchen used for?

Also called a turntable, the Lazy Susan is a round or tray-shaped platform, that rotates on a set of bearings, and sits on a table or countertop to easily distribute food. Often used in upper and lower cabinets, the Lazy Susan also creates accessibility for storage in the kitchen.

How do you measure for a Lazy Susan table top?

If you want to get an idea of what size you need without taking out the china, just measure from the center of the table to the edge of the table for each setting area. Then subtract the minimum distance recommended (15” for standard 12” plates) and multiply it by 2 to get the correct diameter of your lazy susan.

What can I do with a Lazy Susan?

12 Brilliant Ways To Use A Lazy Susan

  • Spice Cabinet. I have a handful of spices and seasonings that I use frequently when I cook, and I keep those in the cupboard above my stove.
  • Baking Supplies.
  • Refrigerator.
  • Craft Room.
  • Gift Wrap.
  • Dining Table.
  • Decorating Cakes.
  • Barbecues & Picnics.

Does a Lazy Susan save space?

A must-have staple of every pantry should be a Lazy Susan. These can be used for anything that stands up (or has a bottom): drinks, oils, cans, spices, etc.. They are a great way to utilize corners efficiently as well as keep straight shelf space tidy.

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