There are lots of different ways to put an edge on a countertop, but it’s hard for a customer to envision how they look, and edging style names like “Double Ogee” and “Half Bullnose” do little good. So when Galliher & Huguely of Washington, D.C., opened a new showroom in June that featured cabinetry and countertops, it created this special Lazy Susan showing eight popular edges. It’s simple, inexpensive to make, and can be picked up and moved to any part of the store.