Woman buys lazy Susan FRIDGE and super-organised mums are stunned they even exist
A WOMAN has seriously impressed fellow homeowners after showing off a lazy Susan FRIDGE.
Instead of having normal shelves, the creative device has round levels that rotate so you can easily access items stacked at the back.
A photo of the unusual fridge was shared on Facebook to the amazement of many super-organised mums.
The person who shared the image on the Tips to organize & declutter home and life group wrote: “OMG who needs one!”
It has since racked up over 1,000 likes, with one person writing: “Such a great concept. Where can one find this?”
Another added: “Helloooo they all should be made like this.”
Many people were surprised you could get fridges designed like a lazy susan.
One person commented: “Didn’t know that is a thing!! Lol.”
Sadly for those hoping to get hold of one, it may be quite tricky.
One person wrote: “From the OP [original post] on Reddit… they aren’t available anymore.”
Thankfully you can replicate the concept by buying a lazy Susan for your own fridge at home.
Popular organising duo from The Home Edit, Clea Shearer and Joanna Teplin, are also fans of the rotating tray – which was originally designed to serve or store food.
You don’t have to fork out a fortune to replicate the pristine storage solutions on the show, with Home Bargains selling a near-identical lazy Susan for just £2.99.
We also shared where to buy all The Home Edit’s iconic boxes and organisers for a fraction of the cost & some are just a quid.
Previously we shared Stacey Solomon's very satisfying organisation hack for her son’s jumbled crayon drawer and it only cost a tenner.
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