Utah Style and Design

Lazy Susan: Not so Kitschy Anymore

November 6, 2019

The name-gods haven’t been kind to the turntable server. Lazy Susan? Dumbwaiter? That’s no way to show appreciation for this centuries-old serving essential. Of course, the hardworking device has gone through the rounds in popularity—all the rage in the ‘50s and ‘60s, but since frowned upon as kitsch rather than cool. Native Trails intends to end that here and now with its new hammered-copper version. Crafted from recycled copper and available in numerous sizes, it’s suitable for small café tables to enormous, stone-topped islands alike. 

Native Trails Copper Lazy Susan, starting at $325, Mountain Land Design, SLC

Brad Mee



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