1. Our piece of driftwood happened to lie flat against the wall; if yours doesn’t, use a band saw to cut off one-third of the driftwood lengthwise.
2. With four round hook screws (available at home improvement stores) and a handheld electric drill, drill four holes into the bottom of your driftwood, angling them forward slightly so the hooks won’t lean against the wall. Use a drill bit the width of your screw’s shank.
3. With the help of a wrench, screw the hook ends into the wood, tightening them so they all face forward.
4. Secure your driftwood to a wall using two long screws, spaced so each is secured in a wall stud.