Just moved into my new home & all the rooms have what looks to be engineered wood flooring. The original relatively low & plain skirting board has been left in place & unsightly scotia beading has been used to cover the expansion gap. The original skirting looks to be 18mm thick. I am not too sure about the gap size between the flooring & skirting. I have removed some of the beadings & the expansion gap differs along the length. However, I think a 25mm thick white MDF skirting board should cover the majority of it with maybe the need for a thin quadrant beading to cover the remaining gap. Would you agree that this would be the best option to improve the aesthetics? Another option would be to leave the original skirting boards, remove the scotia beading & replace them with white quadrant beading. What are people's thoughts? Pic attached.