Re: Plywood Wall Mounting
A couple of things:
1. Take photos of the bare interior so that you can refer to them if you need to once it's covered up.
2. My walls remain a work in progress. I did intense insulation and sound deadening, but I wanted as much interior room as possible, so I didn't want to do straight plywood. I experimented with many things, including very thin plywood that was curved, but I ended up with masonite. I'm eventually going to swap that out, though, which is why I say work in progress.
3. You can run strips halfway up the side and at the top. There's more than enough surfaces for you to adequately frame it out. You just have to be careful and creative. If you want to run straight verticals, there are even more possibilities.
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