We are in the process of decorating our downstairs loo. The bottom half of the walls is tile, topped with a metal tile trim. The top half of the walls is wallpaper.
While wallpapering, I noticed that I couldn't get the paper tucked in behind the trim in all places along the wall as the tile adhesive stopped it. Also it was my first time wallpapering and definitely could improve my skills! This has resulted in a somewhat wobbly line of wallpaper where it meets the trim.
How can I fix this? I was thinking I could use silicone or caulk to hide the wobbly line. I have tried googling and can't really find many people talking about doing this where tile meets wallpaper so I'm not sure if it's a silly idea!
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