Rounded transition between tile & wood

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Wink Rounded transition between tile & wood

OK--I'm probably over optimistic/ambitious: I have a round shaped entry that I want to tile and I want wood laminate flooring to lead from the entry into the rest of the house. Do they make a round-shaped transition for use between the tile and the wood? Thanks.
 
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I made this molding, and it took about 3 days to complete the piece. so maybe you should just use angles for standard t-moldings.




 

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I am sorry, but the links would not work.
 

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Schluter Deco makes the transition between tile and wood and will form curves.

"The anchoring leg of Schluter-DECO, in solid brass, chrome-plated brass, and anodized aluminum, is available with a special radius perforation "R" so that the profile can be used to form curves. DECO in chrome plated brass requires a relatively large bending radius." Schluter-DECO - Schluter-Systems


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That is a totally awesome transition! I have never seen anyone do that before. Such beauty and craftsmanship achieved in a transition piece.
 
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