How to Build Your Own Lazy Susan… for Shoes!

Who is this Susan, and why was she so lazy? The origins of both the product and the name are both shrouded in mystery – there are a few stories afloat, but none have ever really been verified. Nevertheless, we’re mostly used to Lazy Susans rotating our condiments, but I found a much, much better version of the old classic: a Lazy Susan for shoes! My shoes really take up a lot of space in my cupboard, so I have to say, I am absolutely delighted with this project.

How to Build Your Own Lazy Susan… for Shoes!

You will need:
  • 9 x discs, 700mm diameterx12mm plywood
  • 24 x standard dividers, 250x150x12mm plywood
  • 5 x tall dividers, 250x500x12mm plywood
  • 2 x base length A, 460x50x12mm plywood
  • 3 x base length B, 436x50x12mm plywood
  • Plywood offcuts
  • 6mm nails
  • PVA glue
  • 3 x turntable swivel mechanisms
  • 2-part epoxy glue
  • Black and white paint (or colors of your choice)
  • Long nap mini roller
  • Foam mini roller
  • Router (optional)
  • Jigsaw
  • Drill
  • Hammer
  • Protractor


Here's the Video






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