You Won't Believe What These Homeowners Found in Their Walls"chime in with what they've found buried in their yards or walls or that had simply renovating. In a house in Miles City, Mt, in the coal cellar of our late 1800s house, we "
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Houzz Call: What Have You Salvaged for Home Use?"with us in the Comments section below. Your photos could be featured in a future ideabook This wine cellar was originally the ice cellar in the sub-basement of an historic "
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