there is really no right or wrong way. it'll depend on the design of
the border and the level of woodworking skill of the installer. also
on the level of perfection required. probably i would recommend running
the border first, then butting the flooring to it. but if you are a
skilled carpenter/woodworker, you could lay the field and router or cut
the border in after. this done right would give you a perfect fit.
but it would depend on the design of the border. if it was too close
to the wall to fit a router or saw into the inside corners, it wouldn't
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