Before and After: Basement
Renovation supplies, kitchen overflow, and excess sports gear cluttered the space.
Before“The previous owner had a hard time parting with the house, so we told her she could just leave behind anything she didn’t want," says April Celli of Westwood, New Jersey. "That included a slew of paint cans, roof shingles, old tools, and bathroom tiles. We followed suit and filled every corner with our own junk, too.”
Found in (and Tossed From) the Celli Basement1 dead computer hard drive
12 crusty cans of paint
1 hockey trophy from 1996
1 mini trampoline
2 license plates from April’s first car
34 bathroom tiles
2 ancient speakers
1 college trunk
1 never-used panini press
1 lone key hanging from the ceiling
1 hook in the shape of a finger
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