1] Vastu Shastra advises against the use of the Heads, Skulls, Skins and other body parts of wild animals to decorate the walls, floors and other parts of the house. Avoid Skull-Decor, which normally uses the Skull of a Cow.
2] Vastu Shastra advises against the use of the images, photographs, posters. and statutes of wild, fierce and carnivorous animals, especially those scenes that show them stalking, hunting, killing or consuming other animals. Both Vastu Shastra and Feng Shui say that this generates and attracts negative energies into the house.
3] Both Vastu Shastra and Feng Shui considers images, photographs, posters and paintings of ancient palaces and villas, forts, damaged and ruined houses as inauspicious decorative pieces.
4] Using swords, knives, daggers, guns and cannons as decorative show pieces on the walls or other areas of the house is said to make the owner and other permanent residents of the house short tempered and the atmosphere in the house remains tense.
Vastu Shastra also advises that torn old clothes, torn and damaged books, broken showpieces and toys, old and damaged footwear and damaged and broken furniture should as far as possible not kept in the house.
Photographs, painting and posters of Saints, Holy Persons and Gods and Goddesses are considered more beneficial for attracting harmonious vibrations into the house than those of actors and rock stars.