Large Farmhouse Style Lazy Susan

This is the largest Lazy Susan I've ever seen and I
decorated it with this beautiful wreath stencil today.

Large Farmhouse Style Lazy Susan

A while back I collected a great bunch of stuff from an estate sale. 

colander and wooden lazy susan

Everything in this pile is huge, it's hard to tell from the photo!

The colander became a hanging light, the metal shades hang over my kitchen island, and now the Lazy Susan is on my farmhouse table

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I'm giving the Lazy Susan a quick makeover using the absolute perfect wreath stencil I had in my workshop.

I believe mine came from Tuesday Morning.

If you love this wreath stencil like I do you can see it used again on this beautiful repurposed window

cardboard wreath stencil

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I used a foam pouncer to apply the paint in very, very light coats. 

Stenciling a wreath stencil

When the stencil paint dried I used an antiquing sealer by Fusion Mineral Paint applied to both sides of the Lazy Susan. 

Wreath stencil on lazy susan

The color and matte finish is beautiful. (the shine in this photo is because it is still wet)

Wooden lazy Susan with wreath stencil

It is hard to show how large this is in the photo but let's just say it is big enough for everyone at this large table to reach!

You can turn any large platter into a Lazy Susan by following these simple directions.

Large farmhouse table with Lazy Susan

pinterest pin with overlay

Large farmhouse table with lazy susan and rooster

The best part of any Lazy Susan is the spin action... take a look!


Farmhouse table with placemats and buffalo check runner

All it needed was a little TLC! ❤️

I'm loving it on my farmhouse table for the Fall! 

lazy susan with tray full of pumpkins

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I am Susan, the author and creator at Homeroad. I am a wife, mother of 4 daughters, and a grandmother of 5 and counting. I am a retired teacher, a DIY blogger and an artist at heart. .