Whether it's a bright primary red, a muted brick or a rich cranberry, a red carpet can make a bold, striking statement in your home. When it comes time to decorate around all that red, though, things can get tricky. Choosing a wall color that coordinates with the red can definitely be a challenge, but once you decide how dramatic or subtle a look you'd like, you can narrow your options and find a color that works for your style. With a bold red carpet, choosing a neutral shade for the walls offers the safest look for your room.
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As a homeowner, you will discover over time that you share your living quarters with a variety of creepy crawlies, both small and tiny. One of the places in your home which provides shelter for these types of pests is your carpet and rugs. Contrary to popular belief, carpet beetles do not just live in your carpet —which means that you can have a problem with these pests even if you only have hardwood or tile floors. Although you may see the terms carpet mites and carpet beetles used interchangeably, these two pests are actually quite different. Carpet mites is a term which generally refers to a type of house dust mite which measures about one-fourth of a millimeter.
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Carpet beetles can cause irreparable damage to carpet, clothing and other household fabrics and materials. The adult beetles are small and usually black to dark brown in color, but damage is actually caused during their larval stage. The larvae appear to be hairy little worms and can be found on or near carpets, clothing and, in some instances, dried food products.
Insects develop from egg to adult in a process called metamorphosis which may be generally classified as either gradual or complete. Gradual metamorphosis has three stages — egg, nymph, and adult. Nymphs generally look much like their adult stage except for being smaller and lacking wings, if the species has winged adults. Common examples include stink bugs, grasshoppers, and cockroaches. The larva is a specialized feeding stage that looks very different from the adult.