Enhance the décor of your bedroom with a picket fence headboard. The rustic charm of the wooden accessory of your bed can transform the interiors of your den in an inimitable style. Add to that the unique aesthetics of the triangular shape of the picket fences. Here we have shown you how to make them with the aid of a handful of tutorials.
Get hold of an old and worn-out picket fence lying the in the garden shed and refresh it with chalk paint to make this pretty headboard design.
Screw tightly a handful of pickets to horizontal wooden beams to make a fine prop for your pillow. The headboard has been whitewashed for a prim finish.
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Cedar pickets assembled with the help of horizontal supports and rounded meticulously at the tops form the basic plan of this headboard.
Give this picket fence headboard for a twin bed a sparkling coat of white paint to match the white sheets.
It is extremely important to space the picket fence slats evenly along the width of your bed. They have been nailed to a horizontal base for support.
You can either use a picket fence or scrap wood from previous projects for this beach theme headboard with grass sticking out of the tops and the separate pieces being held together with ropes.
Get ready with your woodworking tools and get ready to create a piece of country life in your bedroom. Your family members are going to be happy once they find out what you are up to and even happier with the finished product.
Published on August 21st 2016 by Peyton Derrida