Simple Picket Fence Panels Ideas
If you do not have a frame of Hollywood, but still want to use picket fence panels headboard, you can screw picket fence wall or flush mounts use. Flush mounts have two pieces, one that attaches to the wall and one that connects to the head. Then you can simply slide the mounting brackets headboard on the wall. Make a side table for a nightstand or for use in your living room. You will need two pieces picket fence measuring about 18 inches wide at the sides of the table. You may have to cut a little off the bottom of picket fence panels, depending on the height of the fence is. Cut to a height of about 3 feet. You will also need a couple of pieces of plywood measuring 18 inches wide by 24 inches long at the top and platform.
Use the slats that hold the picket fence panels together as guides on the top of the table and shelf underneath. Use finishing nails to secure the top and platform for fencing stakes. If you want to add a little more to your table you can add decorative molding to hide the edges of the top and the platform at the front and rear of the table. Finally, either paint or stain.