William Morris was born in Walthamstow, Essex: a man of the people who believed art should be for everyone, not just the elite. His prolific talent was awe-inspiring and staggeringly prodigious, covering all aspects of Art and Craft from Stained Glass, Embroidery, Painting, Writing, Poetry, Tapestries and Textiles, Ecclesiastical Decoration, through to Printing and was probably the greatest and most influential of the artists and designers of the 20th Century. Reviving many ancient crafts, tapestry weaving amongst them, was an opportunity to do this. Open any interior design magazine these days and you are sure to spot wallpaper as the latest trend in home design. Decorating today is all about the layering of texture with wallpaper and is replacing the painted feature wall, and it’s not expected to go away anytime soon. Choosing between paint and wallpaper when making a wall makeover can be a major dilemma, as both have their own set of advantages. Paint has been the preferred option because it is the cheapest way to redo walls and the easiest to apply. There are many ways to choose wallpaper. In the great many selections available it is sometimes difficult to sort out what we should get. This article presents several ways to help you choose the wallpaper that will best fit your needs and your decorative style. The decision when to hang pictures or other objects on a wallpapered wall can be difficult to make: when is there a good reason to make permanent holes in the often costly wallpaper you installed? What design principles can help you understand the advantages and disadvantages — the do’s and don’ts — of this common issue? Here is a simple overview to help you make an informed decision that will maximize the space and style of your living environment. With so many design options for your walls, the decision to wallpaper might be hard to make. Here are the top ten reasons to use wallpaper in your home.