This option is best for someone who isn’t planning to store anything valuable inside their shed.
Drywalling is really the best option. It’s just time consuming and heavy to install.
It’s cheaper to buy than plywood and easier to install than drywall
aking apart pallets can be time consuming and you need to make sure you use pallets that are safe for indoor use.
Fabric might be a feasible option if you don’t have the money to add drywall.
Plywood is touchy. I like the idea and a thicker panel will provide plenty of support.
Pegboard is light weight, cheap, and could potentially be installed directly to the studs.
The metal is SHARP and hard to cut so you wouldn’t want the edges exposed, particularly if you need to cut the panels.
It does appear to be reasonably fire safe though and there are a lot of attractive options.
It would be easy to wipe down when dirty. I imagine it wouldn’t echo as much as metal.
Danielle, is a stay-at-home mom and do-it-yourself blogger. She was raised in New Hampshire, but settled in Maryland.