I am getting ready to start installation of LVP for the first time. My project is just shy of 1500 sq ft plus the stairs in the picture. I will be tackling the stairs, a large landing at the top of the stairs and 4 bedrooms including the closets in them. The 4 bedrooms are all situated off of the landing. The 1st and 2nd pictures are of the stairs and the start of the landing. The 3rd picture is the product I’m using on the stairs, the stairnose piece sold by Floors 2000. I’m only planning to do the stair treads with LVP and just paint and use wood on the risers. Pictures 4 and 5 I tried to capture most of the landing. Picture 6 is just to show you what product I’m using and a small piece of it. They are 9 inches wide and about 64.5 inches long. Picture 7 includes the dimensions of the landing and I edited it to show where the stairs are and roughly where the 4 bedrooms are. The other 3 pictures are the dimensions/shape of 3 of the 4 bedroooms. There’s obviously only one direction to run the planks on the stairs which goes against the direction I had thought the planks should run on the landing and into each of the bedrooms. The landing is longer than it is wide so in my mind I was going to run them with the length of the space but again that is perpendicular to how the planks will be on the stairs. How would you deal with this? My biggest question is where to start. Originally I thought I would start on the landing and them move into the rooms without transitions and tackle the stairs last but I’m wondering if I should do the stairs first. Speaking of the stairs, how are the stairnose pieces put down? I’ve not seen a lot of content out there about doing the stairs. By the way, also off of this landing is a laundry room and a bathroom, both with tile that I plan to just use a reducer piece when I come to that junction. I can’t think of other questions I have at the moment but I’m sure I will come up with more. I appreciate your help.