There were actually quite a few boarded up windows in Karakul. Here, the house owner has carefully selected used planks that required the least amount of cutting, and arranged them neatly and as regularly as possible given the material to work with.
The result is – in my eyes, at least – a stylish pattern, with a beautiful texture formed by the wood grain of the slats and the last remnants of peeling paint.
Apart from the carefully-arranged reused pieces of wood (with an unusual bit of (peeling) dark red paint), there's an extra flourish of barbed wire. It won't be very effective against a determined thief, but it sends a clear message.