The Lazy Susan Cabinets Saco ME

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Home Depot #2405
(207) 284-1115
550 Alfred Street
Biddeford, ME
 
Home Depot #2401
(207) 761-0600
245 Riverside Street
Portland, ME
 
The Portland Group / Spritzo
(207) 283-8787
91 Industrial Park Road
Saco, ME
 
Elm Street Ace Hardware
(207) 284-2228
453 Elm Street
Biddeford, ME
 
F W Webb Company
(207) 282-7558
7 Pearl St
Biddeford, ME
 
Home Depot #2406
(207) 879-2500
300 Clarks Pond Parkway
S. Portland, ME
 
Saco Hardware
(207) 282-4452
54 Elm St
Saco, ME
 
Lowe's #2281
(207) 571-6032
220 Mariner Way
Biddeford, ME
 
Lowe's
(207) 571-6032
220 Mariner Way
Biddeford, ME
Hours
M-SA 6 am - 10 pm
SU 8 am - 8 pm

Oak Hill Ace Hardware Inc
(207) 883-8210
Oak Hill Plaza - Rte 114
Scarborough, ME
 

The Lazy Susan Cabinet Comeback

The name is antiquated. The “convenient Susan” would be more appropriate, as would the “storage space friendly Susan,” but the names don’t have the same ring or familiarity. The “lazy” designation is also a misnomer because it is not particularly easy to install or maintain.

Even so, the Lazy Susan is one of the best ways to organize a kitchen and make use of a corner cabinet. It is much more convenient than deep cabinets in which infrequently-used items become buried and collect dust in a back corner. How often have you done spring cleaning to find something you forget you owned? Did you have to wear gloves and a dust mask to retrieve it?

Maybe it’s time to resolve that problem and put your kitchen space to good use.

The Lazy Susan allows storage for and easy access to most pots, pans, and baking dishes, though larger items like the wok and cookie sheets will have to occupy another cabinet with larger square footage. The space can even be used as a pantry for items like canned foods, pasta containers, and spices, if so desired.

The corner cabinet can be used for a full-circle Lazy Susan or a D-shaped one, or even a double-tiered space with separate rotating trays, depending upon need and space. Making sure that sides are built up of the circle are built up with about a one- or two-inch lip to prevent items from slipping off into the mysterious abyss of the cabinet space. And don’t skimp on the quality o...

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