Installing my first laminate floor...and hit a wall, or not...I need some help! Read
Tricky spot. They make all sorts of molding, I would think T-molding would work there.
Pic below is bamboo but just to give you a idea of shape.
100% clear silicone to glue it to the floor.
Just something about that sloped threshold bothers me, almost looks like it is installed backwards.
Would be common for interior side to be flat, then sloped on exterior side for water to run off, I dunno.
Need to cut floor short enough, so when you step on it and flexes, does not hit the threshold and knock the glued molding off.
Another option, and if you had a flat threshold, I would cut flooring at about 1/4" shy and run a nice bead of caulk there. They sell laminate flooring caulk for this.
Just not sure if it is a good option for you with sloped threshold.
Lets hope others have more ideas.
If it was easy, we would not call it work!