Our regular supplier of material was out of 1/4" Luan plywood was out when we went to town last night so we made a mad dash to Mills Fleet farm and picked up 4 sheets of this low priced but high quality plywood. I cut this into strips to cover the seams and screw holes. As you can see I was able to get just about all of it installed. In both the picture above and below you can see the outline where the countertop will be located for the workbench that will anchor the NE corner of the shed.
The wide board is marked as the tool hanging board My plan is to cover this with the indoor/outdoor carpet we will be using on the floor so that the tools will not mark up the surface. This board is made of 3/4 MDF (medium density fiberboard) and there is another board 30" below that will also be covered with carpet and will keep the tools from dinging up the sheetrock. I had to cut one strip to fit around the electrical panel, if I had been thinking ahead I would have space the panel away from the stud to prevent this, but it is too late for this now. I cased the windows and the door with leftover casing removed from the house project. We will paint all the wood the same color as the walls.