DIY Lazy Susan Pantry


Clutter is the worst and most powerful enemy for any pantry and person who likes to make interesting and creative projects in the kitchen. Instead of pilling off loads of food to the point you are overwhelmed with the multitude of boxes, packs and jars of great ingredients you could use, but can’t really find when you get ready to bake something awesome, use this nice trick. A `Lazy Susan` disk can and will solve this problem, adding much needed feeling of space and organization to your pantry. But what is a Lazy Susan – you ask? It’s a turntable or rotating tray which can be placed on a table or countertop to help in moving food or other stuff around. You can find them in store or make one at home. It’s kind of difficult to make, but either way, it will involve some regular turning tools and a screw chuck. Either way, as you can see from the pictures, the result is amazing! You have a neatly organized pantry and you didn’t redesign your home, but only the shelves. This solution is recommended for small rooms with corners. A six-pack of these ingenious devices will remove a lot of stress from your life!


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13 Responses to “DIY Lazy Susan Pantry”

  1. Chris says:

    What is the price on these? And when will these be availble?

  2. Liz says:

    How do I get these instructions?

  3. Ann Rein says:

    Tried to pin this but was told no, this has been reported as spam??

  4. Deanna says:

    @ Chris:

    They’ll be available about 150 years ago. Give or take some decades because Wikipedia isn’t sure.

    My family has been using them in kitchens in since loooong before I was born.

  5. Summer Else says:

    Cool idea – and you can get 15 inch lazy susan’s at Ikea for only $7.99

  6. charlie says:

    All you have to do is Look at the picture and figure it out yourself.
    If you want to save the picture, right click on the image and save it to your computer.
    Simple. 😉

  7. Candi says:

    Under the before and after picture in small print, click on It will take you right to instructions.

  8. Candi says:

    Sorry, there are NO instructions when you click on the above link mentioned.

  9. Lola says:

    @candi if you read carfully though the text of the link you’ll see it is fully explained. Pics inclufed. You are welcome!

  10. Suesan Bredall says:

    Mine too…

  11. Njw says:

    The details are at, link is kinda buried in the text above.

  12. Tami says:

    The hardware to make a lazy Susan- (the bearings) can be found at hardware stores for under six dollars. All you need to do then, is find a round disc, or container, to top it with, or attach to it. You can also buy those at hardware stores, or possibly craft stores. This way you can design any size you need. Just be sure that the Center of the bearings, is lined up with the center the disc.

  13. Delores gayden says:

    I purchased Ball Real Fruit pectin tells nothing about use for making jelly please advise

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