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Daniel Keeley

Founder and Principal

DK Design

HQ Phone:  (479) 443-9002

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DK Design

P.O. Box 1423

Fayetteville, Arkansas,72702

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 clients to enjoy living in the spaces outside their homes and offices but also to make those space...more

Background Information

Employment History

Contributor

CitiScapes Metro Monthly


Owner

Northwest-Arkansas


Affiliations

Fayetteville Downtown Partners

Board Member


Web References(43 Total References)


Designing a Luxury Rooftop Terrace | Garden Design

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Daniel Keeley, designer of two adjacent rooftop terraces that exemplify urban outdoor living at its finest, shares five considerations for homeowners who would like to transform their rooftop into a luxury outdoor living space.
Daniel Keeley, founder and principal of DK Design in Fayetteville, Arkansas, recently redesigned two adjacent rooftop terraces on Fayetteville Square that exemplify urban outdoor living at its finest. The biggest challenge for Keeley and his team on these two terraces was logistics. The luxury condos are on the second level above a commercial unit so bringing in equipment, materials and furnishings took creativity. A crane was used for the heavier items, while some of the plant material was brought up in the elevator. "Be prepared to spend more than you would for a comparable outdoor living space at ground level," cautions Keeley. Working on a rooftop is more expensive because of the access issues mentioned. "You also have to be comfortable with workers passing back-and-forth through your home during construction," he adds. Exposure At ground level, trees and structures provide shade and act as windbreaks. On a roof, extreme sun and wind can be nearly unbearable, making protection from these the main priority. On one of the terraces, Keeley added a tented pavilion from Jardin de Ville to provide shade over the seating area. "Because winds can reach up to 60 mph, we anchored the structure with steel reinforcement below the floor joists," he explains. While these condos aren't in the center of Manhattan, Keeley still had to compensate for close-quarters neighbors and a view of a parking lot and satellite dishes from the local television station. "These terraces share a railing and had little privacy," he recalls. Fence panels and boxwood hedges help separate the two spaces. Boxwood hedges were also used to screen the unwanted views and lift the eye up toward the Ozark Mountains in the distance. Comfort "From the start, we knew that these terraces would be an extension of the indoor living spaces with elements of a garden scattered throughout," Keeley says. This meant that there would be more hardscape than plants. Upholstered furniture was used on both terraces to soften the design. Each terrace also has a fire feature that takes the chill off when the homeowners are watching football on their outdoor televisions. The flooring of each terrace was also selected with comfort in mind. "Originally they both had floating wood decks, but I wanted something that would be better for bare feet," says Keeley. For this reason, Keeley kept greenery to a minimum and installed an automated drip watering system. "The automated drip also prevents plants from drying out too quickly because of the extreme exposure," he points out. Additional examples of Keeley's functional design choices include chaises that lay flat and serve as benches when not being used for sun-bathing and a swivel arm that allows the wall-mounted outdoor television to be adjusted for optimal viewing.


In The News

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Designed by Daniel Keeley of DK Designs, the Garden was influenced by several factors.


At Home Arkansas

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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 dkdesignoutdoor.com.  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 dkdesignoutdoor.com.  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 dkdesignoutdoor.com.  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 dkdesignoutdoor.com.  Design by Daniel Keeley


DK Design

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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.


Blog

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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 dkdesignoutdoor.com. Follow the Outside the Box house through the seasons, by reading Daniel Keeley's other posts, HERE. Filed Under: Outside the Box with D. KeeleyTagged With: autumn, Daniel Keeley, dk design, DK Design Outdoor, fall, landscaping


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