Shadow box wood fence, which are largely intended as “good neighbor” fences, have functional pallets on both sides of fence rails. A shade fence has gaps between the notches to allow air to pass. But the notches opposite to the fence protrude with the holes to block the view. While walking along the fence, you can see grass or a bit of neighbor’s house, but plenty of views are blocked to provide privacy. Use hardened or flat tip pipettes for the fence.
The shadow box wood fence design gives much more privacy than other styles but does not inhibit the wind so much. The secret is the third dimension. Instead of putting all the cards on the same side, the slats alternate sides. For each of the dick on the front, place yourself another dick on the back. Looking at the head, it almost looks like a privacy fence, but from an angle, a small gap is revealed.
When installing shadow box fence style, always use pressure-treated timber or natural rootstock timber. Such as cedar or redwood for fences. You can often purchase predefined shadow box lift panels with sockets that are already attached to horizontal rails. You only stretch these panels up between the posts and then the horizontal rails of the fence posts.