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Local Address:  Arkansas , United States
DK Design
187 E 12TH ST
FAYETTEVILLE , Arkansas 72701
United States

Company Description: DK Design provides residential and commercial clients alike with designs for fine gardens and outdoor living spaces. As our motto suggests, we not only encourage...   more

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At Home Arkansas, 5 Nov 2015 [cached]
Exterior designer Daniel Keeley is an Arkansas native and founder/principal of DK Design. His work has won numerous awards and accolades and is featured regularly in various publications. For more information visit Â
Follow the Outside the Box house through the seasons, by reading Daniel Keeley's other posts, HERE.
Exterior designer Daniel Keeley is an Arkansas native and founder/principal of DK Design. His work has won numerous awards and accolades and is featured regularly in various publications. For more information visit Â
Exterior designer Daniel Keeley is an Arkansas native and founder/principal of DK Design. His work has won numerous awards and accolades and is featured regularly in various publications. For more information visit Â
Design by Daniel Keeley
Exterior designer Daniel Keeley is an Arkansas native and founder/principal of DK Design. His work has won numerous awards and accolades and is featured regularly in various publications. For more information visit Â
Article Categories Entertaining, 21 Oct 2015 [cached]
Steal these patriotic party ideas from an Independence Day soiree held by Fayetteville exterior designer and landscape expert Daniel Keeley
Spruce Up the Shed A backyard storage shed might not be top of mind when you're considering party venues. However, for Daniel Keeley, owner of Northwest-Arkansas-based DK Design, it seemed like a natural choice. When his clients, who live in the heart of Fayetteville and frequently host tailgates for Razorback football games, moved into this the circa 1900 Southern-style home, he seized the opportunity to transform the property's shed into a small-but fully functional-space for cozy gatherings any time of year. Transform your own outbuilding or garage by wiring it for electricity, adding windows or additional doors to bring in light, installing new flooring, and/or painting the walls and exterior.
Red, White & Chic | At Home in Arkansas | July 2015 Red, White & Chic | At Home in Arkansas | July 2015
Keeley placed the main dining table just outside of the shed, so guests could enjoy the garden (which he also designed). This choice allowed for plenty of space to serve the food inside the shed. Windsor-style chairs, hand-cast from aluminum, anchor the ends of the table to lend an Americana feel.
Add Durable-and Desirable-Furnishings "It's a little bit of fantasy and totally unexpected, but in such a natural setting," Keeley says of this shed's furniture, art, and everyday accessories.
Make It Festive While some of the shed's furnishings naturally lent themselves to an all-American celebration, Keeley added accessories to remind revelers of the reason for the occasion. "I wanted [this party] to be patriotic, but not totally expected," Keeley says of the décor additions.
For this celebration, Keeley chose Core Beer's "Arkansas Red," as a nod to both the state and the national holiday.
Design-garden and event Daniel Keeley, DK Design, Fayetteville, (479) 443-9002,
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Exterior designer Daniel Keeley and chef Jen Lewis come together to create a memorable Thanksgiving feast at Keeley's Fayetteville home
Not if you're friends with exterior designer Daniel Keeley of DK Design and chef Jen Lewis of Jen's Art of Cooking.
Keeley, who shared the renovation of his 1,000-square-foot home with readers on the At Home blog and the finished interior project reveal in our October 2013 issue, planned his outdoor spaces with the same meticulous approach he uses with clients. "I actually designed the garden in my mind first-before I ever thought about the interior of the home," he shared in the 2013 interview. The home's entire exterior space is divided into zones, which flow gracefully from one to another.
For this party, Keeley welcomed guests at both the front door and through a side yard entrance into the home's backyard. With appetizers and drinks in hand, guests were invited to sit for a spell in what is known as the garden room. Along with wooden benches and a round table-perfect for serving or seasonal displays-an abundance of mums, gourds, and fall foliage enliven the space and signal that autumn is in the air. From there, the group moved to the outdoor dining room when dinner was served, and ended the evening by relaxing in the outdoor living area. Designed on an axis, the bench, buffet, and dining table all align to create a seamless, structured flow from one space to another.
Prior to the guests' arrival, Keeley and Lewis spent time in two other zones: the grill area, which features a massive stainless steel TEC Infrared grill, and the newly planted vegetable garden.
"I've never had a vegetable garden, so it's been fun to experiment," Keeley says of the ornamental and edible garden that features lettuces, cabbages, broccoli, and cauliflower in the fall.
Rather than a traditional turkey, Lewis and Keeley prepared a Berkshire Pork on the outdoor grill.
In the presentation of the dessert course, Lewis honored Keeley with a nod to the setting as well as his line of work.
Exterior design Daniel Keeley, DK Design, Fayetteville, (888) 670-4899, » In the News [cached]
Downtown Partners board President Daniel Keeley told the council Tuesday that the organization had raised about $10,000 in donations.
The arts festival's ideal budget is $54,000, said Daniel Keeley, the director of Fayetteville Downtown Partners.
So far, the group has attracted about $14,000 in in-kind donations and another $10,000 in private contributions. Another $15,000 puts the festival at $39,000.
"We're only going to spend what we get," said Keeley, who hinted that advertising and printing budgets likely would need to be scaled back.
Daniel Keeley, board president of Fayetteville Downtown Partners, the organization responsible for putting on the festival, said the board didn't apply for funding this year due to a lack of paid staff members.
DK Design, 28 June 2015 [cached]
Daniel Keeley - Founder and Principal, DK Design
Daniel Keeley, Founder, DK Design
Exterior designer Daniel Keeley is founder and principal of DK Design and has been designing outdoor spaces for 20 years. His work has won numerous awards and accolades and is featured regularly in various publications.
Daniel also lends his passion and expertise as a regular writer and blogger for several additional publications, including Northwest Arkansas CitiScapes, Arkansas Gardener and At Home in Arkansas.
Exterior Designer Daniel ..., 27 May 2015 [cached]
Exterior Designer Daniel Keeley reinvents the grounds of an enchanting property and inspires the homeowners to relish all the home that lives outside the house
After adding a new outdoor pavilion and renovating the pool area in 2011, they called on Daniel Keeley of DK Design to transform the landscape and outbuildings into usable, comfortable, and inviting living spaces-a true extension of their home.
With a mostly blank canvas, Daniel says he set out to "make the outdoor spaces work as well as indoor spaces in every way. Because he "planned the exact placement of the furniture and plantings at the same time," Daniel explains, he was able to maximize the symmetrical floorplan and give the space exactly the structure and movement he had envisioned. His approach to establishing clear definition from one "outdoor room" to the next had a huge impact, Jamie notes. "Each area is its own space now, and I love that-you feel secluded," she adds.
Making Accommodations
"The style of their interiors is eclectic, so I knew I wanted the exterior to have plenty of personality, but in a big space-like the pool area-I didn't want it to look messy and busy," Daniel says. To soften the look of the "dark and massive" pavilion and create what he calls a "casual, rustic" atmosphere, he incorporated chairs slipcovered in a buttery yellow fabric that picks up the color of the flaxen Knock Out roses in the surrounding beds.
From her perspective, what makes this "the best addition we've made to the home," is how livable it is; "the furniture Daniel chose is perfect-everyone always makes comments about how comfortable it is."
In Good Taste
Another of Jamie's main requests of Daniel was a vegetable garden. Inspired by the French idea of a potager-a kitchen garden that intermingles ornamental plants with vegetables and herbs-she says she wanted "a real garden, but one that's also beautiful and fragrant at the same time.
Rows of trellised grapevines on one end of the garden were a creative addition of Daniel's, intended to draw the eye down the center pathway and out to the valley beyond.
Daniel says that his transformation of the Clarks' grounds was driven by his quest to make "full use" of the home's natural spaces-to make each one an experience in itself. As the seasons come and go, Jamie says, she continues to be "blown away" by the changes Daniel made. As the plantings mature, she reflects, "I can see his vision even more than when things were first planted. And, Jamie's relationship to the spaces becomes richer through her ongoing work with the plantings and in her enjoyment of them in her leisure time. "I love to see the growth and the change," she says, "It's therapy to me."
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Landscape design Daniel Keeley, DK Design, Fayetteville, (888) 670-4899,
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