Stair Nose, Reducer, T-mold, Quarter Round for Laminate or Hardwood Flooring
To give your new laminate or Hardwood floor a professionally finished look, you need the right trims and moldings. Here's how to figure out what you need: Walk around your room and notice all the places where your new floor will meet another floor. These are called flooring transitions. Most transitions occur at doorways, but there are other transitions that require stair-nosings, reducers, baseboards and quarter round.
In most cases, trims and moldings are made to match the flooring you've selected. To select the proper trims and moldings for your new floor, go to your product page and find the matching trims and moldings listed at the bottom.