uneven floor transition
We remodeled the kitchen in our 100-year-old house about seven years ago. We installed a new subfloor and leveled the sloping floor to make it easier to install cabinets and appliances. There is a 4-foot-wide archway to the dining room. At the time, the dining room was carpeted, so the transition from level to sloping was disguised.
Now we are installing hard surface flooring in the dining room and the transition at the doorway is a problem. The gap is about 1/8-inch on the left side but increases to about 3/4-inch on the right side. I don't want to level the dining room because it leads into the living room and I would prefer to have these two floors even and continuous.
What can I use for a transition strip? Do I just have to custom-cut a sloping piece of wood myself? I think I can do it using my skil saw and a fence to cut against to make sure I get the angle right. Any other ideas?