There are certain guidelines to adhere to when displaying photos in your home. Photographs of family members and friends should not be hung at a level below the waist, as this is considered disrespectful. For instance, if photos were at feet level, then one would be inadvertently kicking or walking on the images of loved ones. Also, photos should not be placed directly opposite toilet doors or at the end of long corridors. Although pictures of deceased family members can be placed with other photos, it is not advisable to display excessively large portraits, which may overwhelm a room. This is due to the fact that residences are yang domains and images of the dearly departed are yin in nature. Similarly, having photos of older family members in the bedroom is not recommended, as the bedroom is an area for private activity. It is also prudent to review your displayed photos regularly. If there are numerous pictures of you with a former partner or friends that you have lost contact with, this may preclude new social opportunities in your life. For couples, it is better to have photos of you together rather than many of one or the other, as that does not augur well for your relationship. Finally, if a photo frame is chipped or the glass surface cracked, replace it immediately.