Laminate flooring on landing - what to do with edge next to top stair tread?

If the first floor landing is covered with 6 mm laminate flooring, what method could I use to provide a seamless edge to the top tread of the stairs?
See my drawing here: http://www22.brinkster.com/tykeshed/index.html
For example, I could "extend" the nose of the top tread by finishing the edge with a 1/4 round hardwood strip. Or I could fit one of the aluminium or wood-effect profile strips available from the DIY stores.
Basically, it has to be a safe installatrion , and I'm a bit concerned about the slightly higher tread (by 6 mm) as one steps on to the landing.
By the way, the stairs would be stained to match the laminate as closely as possible.
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A piece of tile edging strip looks nice along an open edge of laminate flooring. They come in different finishes and effects, so you're not stuck with chrome or brass.
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