When I finished the above corner, I was struck with a thought: the walls, for the first time, were now, well, worthy of the room. The vine, somehow, added substance which had been lacking. This is not evident in the images but is highly evident in person.
This morning, I had planned on painting out the chartreuse with the same sort of pale color in the damask field. But after doing the gold border/vine, I realized that I now liked the chartreuse frame.
What I did today pleases me in a way that was lacking 24-hours ago, and last spring. The cartoon quality of Parlor 1.0 is now gone, and the finished corner has a substantial quality previously lacking.