A New Spin on Storage: 8 Clever Uses for the Lazy Susan

Your mother might have had one on her kitchen table, or perhaps your grandmother used one to swivel homemade cakes as she iced them.

When you think of the Lazy Susan, a simple spinning base with an attached platter, you probably think of it in a 1960s kitchen, or on the table in a Chinese restaurant. But this circular catch-all actually has a rather interesting backstory—and today, it’s a true MVP of the organizing world.

“I personally use Lazy Susans all over my house, and I set my clients up with them, too,” reports Jamie Novak, organizing pro and author of “Keep This Toss That.”

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