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Amish made Lazy Susans bring simplicity to dining tables

by Tom Grimes

The dining room is often the area where the household gathers, especially when family members have radically different schedules involving work, school and extracurricular activities. Dinner is sometimes the only occasion for a family to spend come together, so it's crucial to have a dining table to be as efficient and stress-free as possible.

Those who throw dinner parties may also benefit from a neat dining space, as people often gather around the table and a crowd of people around the kitchen, looking for different condiments, can make company much less enjoyable.

Experts claim that an organized dining room can make meals a smoother experience for the chef, family and visitors. Whether the dinner is a grand affair of relatives and neighbors or just family, it's best to furnish a dining table with the proper accessories.

Pieces of Amish dining room furniture, such as Lazy Susans, can have a significant impact on organization. By placing napkins, glasses or condiments onto this beautifully carved item, hosts can ensure that guests can easily find all the necessary spices, sauces and spreads for meals.

Cutting boards and bread boxes can also help keep the kitchen clean and tidy for a chef who is preparing an intricate feast. Guests will be impressed by the craftsmanship of these pieces, and their durability will carry them through many meals to come. ADNFCR-3308-ID-19921713-ADNFCR



12/10/2016 3:22:02 PM