Laminate cut to short on Transition - Trim Issue
Accidentally cut the laminate floor (grey) too short at the transition to the original hardwood floor. Putting in the transition (approx. 1.5 in wide) at this position would expose the edges of the transition as the trim and shoe molding on the adjacent would not cover it fully (baseboard and shoe molding add about 1 in to the wall).
Any ideas on how to fix this and make it look professional? Thank you!
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