Measure and mark the required distance for your desired trim with a pencil. Transition moldings have a required distance between the two flooring surfaces for the molding to sit in.
Depending on the flooring type, this will vary and will be included in the manufacturer's detailed instructions.
Install the laminate flooring up to the mark per the manufacturer's instructions.
Lay out the first plank that butts up to the curve without installing it.
Trace the curve that hits the plank onto a piece of paper to make a template.
Trace the template on the back of the plank with a pencil, ensuring the template is in the correct position for the plank.
Cut the curve with a jigsaw and install the plank to the rest of the floor.
Continue cutting the planks as needed as you come to them during your installation.
Apply a medium serpentine bead of construction adhesive to the back or bottom of the transition piece.
Press the transition molding into place.
Nail the transition piece with a nailer in the spacing increments recommended by the manufacturer.
Cover the nail holes with putty and finish by coloring the putty with a matching touch-up marker.