Because of advances in printing technology, today’s wallpaper offers more color options, textures and patterns than during the Victorian Era. You may also find wallpaper easier to place on your walls and easier to remove. That can allow you more versatility than Victorian Era people had. For modern homes, choose a design to suit your room’s dimensions. The bigger the room, the bigger the pattern. For smaller rooms, vice versa. William Morris was one of the most prominent Victorian influences on wallpaper, and his elaborate designs were typically found in the most visited areas of the home. Because wallpaper is more accessible these days, you can put his designs anywhere you see fit, and guests don’t even have to see it. It can be just for you.