Skirting and walls, with what shall I fill it?

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attractivebrunette

Am fitting skirting but have decided not to paint it white. Yuck! Am going to varnish and stain the wood to keep everything au naturel.

So, how can I cover the gaps tween skirting and the walls? If I painted them white I assume I could use white caulk as it wouldn't show up as it would blend into the white of the skirting. The same goes for the skiting joins at right angles I assume. Cover the imperfections with white paint and caulk.

So what should I do if I'm not painting them? Can I still use caulk? Will it still look nice? Is it much harder to get a decent finish? Any pictures you can show me would be great.
 
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We'd like some 'au naturel' pictures of an attractive brunette please. :LOL:

You can get some wood coloured caulk from Screwfix that should do the job ok.
 

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