Launched in Japan in 1981, Lazy Susan has grown from a Tokyo destination for globetrotting interior designers to a worldwide provider of unique home accessories. Offering hard-to-find decorative pieces sourced from around the globe, the company specializes in organically inclined objects like tortoise-shell bowls, carved antlers, glazed planters and vessels in wood, marble, glass, and animal skins.
If you’re planning on entertaining more this year, commit to serving your culinary creations in style. To help you along, we’ve assembled some of our most elegant trays, bowls, platters, and more, all marked by top-flight materials, timeless style — and marked-down prices.
Our buyers curated a crackerjack selection of bowls, dishes, vases, and more, all for under $20. You're sure to find that elusive "finishing-touch" piece here. . . with minimal wallet impact.
The key to ski-resort chic? It’s all about nature-inspired accents in classic, neutral hues — and this sale has them in spades. Think mother-of-pearl boxes and bowls and spoons painstakingly fashioned out of polished natural horn. Complete the look with an open-work leaf sculpture.
Silver frames, teak trays, velvet throws, and power blenders: This huge selection of gifts are all below the $100 threshold — but they look a lot pricier than that.