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Decorative Lazy Susans

Decorative lazy susans are a great way to add feng shui & style to your home. These versatile pieces can be used in a variety of ways to make your home more beautiful and functional.


In this blog post, we will discuss the different types of lazy susans that can be used to achieve this effect, as well as highlight some of their common uses.





What is a decorative lazy susan?


A decorative lazy susan is a type of rotary turntable that is used to make it easier to access items that are stored on a shelf or in a cabinet. These pieces can be made from a variety of materials, including wood, metal, and glass, and they come in a variety of styles to match any décor.

Lazy susans are commonly used in the kitchen to help organize spices, condiments, and other small items. However, they can also be used in the living room to store DVDs, CDs, or other media, & in the bathroom, they're used to store toiletry items such as shampoo, conditioner, and soap.





What material is the best for decorative lazy susans?


Some people may say we're biased, but we say custom hardwood! Our custom, handcrafted lazy susans are known for their aesthetic quality & they become a part of our customers' lives.

We believe that when you pour your heart/soul into your artwork, you're left with something truly marvelous. At TFW Todd uses premium wood such as walnut, cedar, & oak to handcraft small & large lazy susans.


Each piece is truly unique & glimmers with features of unrivaled customization, & best of all, you can put them to use in your household!





How do you use a decorative lazy susan?


The most common use of a lazy susan is as a turntable, which is essentially a rotating tray that rests on a base and is used to easily access items from all sides. The tray can be used as a kitchen accessory to store and organize food or as a decorative item for display. To use, place the items you want to rotate on the tray and turn it in the desired direction.

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