I am 16 years old and I also have this problem, though I would not consider it a problem. It's been happening since I was about six years old. It's very strange to me because i can make mylsef see these red dots. The dots I see are a small cluster of moving bright red dots. It usually occurs in the dark, but also in the light. I think it may just be your mind creating a form of stimulus, though this does not explain how I can cause myself to see these dots. I realize this does not answer your question, but I thought it might help if you knew you were not alone, if we are seeing the same type of dots.AnswerOh, this is interesting. I do not have this phenomenon anymore but remember that as a child of about 5 to about 7 years I would see red/ blue/ yellow patterns of dots with closed eyes as well. Because my parents had put me on experimental pills back then with tiny traces of LSD to make me less of a day dreamer. I blamed the occurance on LSD.A while ago, however, I read an article on the internet claiming that such visions can be triggered by brain waves going wild. So, possibly LSD after all...:)
the carpet in their house needs to be replaced and the walls repainted
I'd say a cream colored carpet with sky blue walls.
Tiny round bugs that crawl on walls and floors could be carpet beetles. They are bugs that are common in homes. They do not cause problems as long as there is not a huge swarm of them, which is rare.
The same color as the walls
It could be a light grey carpet.
When choosing carpet that would match your sky blue walls, choose colors that would complement or blend with your walls. It really depends on your preferences and how bold you want to be.
I would just get a white carpet to distract from the dark purple walls. It will give the room a lighter atmosphere.
You have to build a patch of carpet, which comes with walls. Out an entrance in the walls when no obstruction is there!
you can use bleech
You could get a light grey carpet and go for a period styled/French look, it might look odd at first but you should get some white chandeliers and white furniture to make it all match and it'll look great!
A more subtitle green or cream color will compliment pine green carpet.
A DARKER PINK!!
white, cream (plain)
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Lime green goes well.
Living footage is to the outside of the walls.
It would look exquisite
Something a light cream or an offwhite.
I would consider carpet to be a dead load. Carpeting typically doesn't move during the life of the structure. If it did it would be considered a live load similar to people, partitions and walls (walls can be moved during the life of a structure), bookcases, etc...
Always, always choose neutral colors for carpets/flooring. That way you can put any color furniture on top of them. With yellow walls, I would recommend Zinc gray carpet: plumcarpet[dot]com/products/zincgray-carpet Gives you nice contrast, but still frees you up. If you use a bright color in flooring it limits what you can do with the rest of the room.
yes any colour will go with blue but rocking red might work better