Funky Lazy Susan

Put your own creative spin on this kitchen convenience.
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This homemade lazy Susan will serve you in style.

From: Design on a Dime

Here’s a custom lazy Susan with a modern spin.

Steps:

1. Purchase or cut a 12- and 24-inch wooden disk.

2. Use floor adhesive to secure a piece of colorful linoleum.

3. Use a painted wooden block as a spacer and attach the smaller disk on top. Apply the adhesive and linoleum to the smaller disk. Decorate the edges on each with cut mirrors.

4. Attach the lazy Susan hardware to the bottom of the 24-inch disk.

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