“Why don’t they call it a lazy Macy” – DIY Lazy Susan tutorial

Posted: August 9, 2017 by lifeonthegulfstream

Who needs an idea for an easy and unique gift? Or just a really cute accent piece for your home? These lazy susans are super cute and take less than two hours to make!


  • 17 3/4 in common board round from Home Depot
  • Lazy Susan hardware
  • Spray paint
  • Painters tape
  • Wood stain
  • Spray lacquer
  • Monogram initials (if you choose to go that route – just plain works too!)

DIY Lazy Susan Materials | Life on the Gulfstream
We made a video tutorial for you all!

Short summary: First, start by staining your round. Pick the design you want and mark it off with painters tape, and then let the fun begin with some spray paint! After it’s dry spray lacquer for a nice seal. Let it dry for at least an hour before flipping it over to screw in the hardware! And then you’re pretty much finished! We added little rubber feet to keep it from scratching up our table tops!

DIY Monogram Lazy Susan | Life on the Gulfstream
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DIY Lazy Susan | Life on the Gulfstream