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How to make a lazy susan pantry storage

Lazy Susan Pantry Storage

If you keep on pulling a bunch of stuff off your pantry shelves to reach or find items that you need, then this lazy Susan pantry storage might be the solution you’re looking for!

Messy kitchens not only look dirty, but they also make you easily lose your cooking utensils, food jars, cups, and supplies. One of the easiest ways to around this problem is to add a kitchen pantry storage that further improves storage and organization.

The Lazy Susan mechanism offers ease of access without disarranging everything on your shelves. The bigger your pantry, the harder it is to find what you need. This food storage solution definitely makes life in the pantry hassle-free.

Non-skid turntables are available in different sizes for you to choose from, depending on the size of your pantry. If you have leftover plywood, you can also use them to install a lazy Susan bearing.

Lazy Susan Pantry Storage

What are the materials needed to make a lazy susan pantry storage?

Do you need this storage system for your pantry?




  • Drill
  • Measuring Tape
  • Jigsaw (if needed)

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Thanks to Decorchick for this great project. You can get step-by-step instructions here

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