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My working title for this was “Lazy Susan hits a new low.” But I didn’t want to start a rumor about a celebrity named Susan. I must have gone on a bender for the reliable Lazy Susan when our Ikea opened up a few years ago in Denver. This is the only explanation for why I have at least six lazy Susans. All of them stacked on top of each other on a shelf in my basement.
My obsession with these spinning organizers started when my post on a lazy Susan turns to wine went viral. Again, I am creating quite the reputation for anyone named Susan. By viral, I meant my sister and a few friends liked the post.
On a recent Saturday afternoon I decided it was time to clean the cabinet under the sink. It had turned into a “stash don’t show” place for bulky recyclables, no one wanted to carry to the garage and the cleaning products that promised to make my cleaning routine easier.
All it takes is one moment to create an organization strategy. I grabbed a Lazy Susan and eliminated a bulking storage bucket and got all my cleaning products in their upright position.
Love it! It’s been two weeks and my under sink cabinet has never been so organized. Nothing spins out of control on it and it’s amazing how much I can store. I have five Lazy Susans remaining… stay tuned!
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Amanda @ The Kolb Corner says
Yes! I used a lazy susan in my bathroom, and afterwards I wanted a lazy susan for all.the.things. Luckily, I held myself in check.
Thank you for sharing at Merry Monday!
Thanks Amanda for stopping by! laura
I didn’t even know Ikea had lazy susans! I just got one at The Container Store for my pantry and I LOVE it! I see more in my future!