New tool in the tool kit
The strange joint in the wallpaper
How I managed to make it look
Where the caulk is now, there used to be a ragged gap!
When that was done I did other things. And then came back to paint over the caulk. It was probably dry now! I just hoped it wouldn't be too obvious this was a different generation of paint. I also started to touch up the greenish bits. But that was complicated! It turned out that when I had painted the woodwork, I had not stirred the paint thoroughly enough, so I had been painting with whatever pigments had been floating on top, and had left the rest for the painter. Oh dear. In this case, the dark bits were lowest in density! So my woodwork was painted considerably darker than the bits he did. Oh dear. Can't really touch up the dark bits with the light leftover pain! So I did some light hiding of the white paint and called it a day.
Where the dark paint meets the light paint
I suppose I now need to see if the covering jobs were satisfactorily done. And if so, I can finally really take the working platform out, have a hoover, and move furniture in! I suppose it is about time...