I have a hard time resisting an interesting pile of stuff that is sitting curbside waiting to be hauled off to the local landfill. In a one year period of time, a neighbor moved out of state and threw away a big pile of stained glass, another was remodeling their kitchen and put the the old cabinets in a dumpster, a third neighbor had dragged their unwanted swivel easy chair to the road. Not knowing what I was going to do with this stuff but not letting that stop me, I took all the stained glass, dove into a dumpster to retrieve a cylinder shaped lazy susan cabinet, and stripped the heavy duty turntable off the bottom of the easy chair. My first step in reassembling these throwaways was to cut and glue a stained glass design onto the lazy susan cabinet. I then got the idea to fasten the turntable to the bottom of it, which enabled the cabinet to spin 360 degrees and allow a complete view of the stained glass design with one flick of the wrist. This would look nice in my studio/office, but with two tables, a desk and two stationary cabinets already filling the room there was just no more floor space to fit it in. Because I seldom throw anything away, in my garage was a bracket for mounting one of those obsolete two foot deep TV's onto a wall. Hmm, why don't I use the bracket to mount the the cabinet to the wall. It would be out of the way but provide easy access to extra shelves, a sort of artsy, double spinning, turning, whirling dervish of a cabinet.
Note the sturdy turntable on the bottom of this swivel recliner. A pile of stained glass.
I secured the lazy susan to the turn table then secured that to the arm of the old TV bracket.