Christopher Patrick Interiors


Business Description
Christopher Patrick Interiors feels that the best design comes about when the designer and the client embark on a journey together. Inspiration for the ideal room, the unique piece of furniture, or illusive paint color doesn’t come from just one source, but is instead gathered from the world around us.

With an eye for understated sophistication, Christopher Patrick Interiors believes that truly remarkable interiors interpret traditional design principles in new and unexpected ways. When designing a client’s home, the Christopher Patrick Interiors team hopes to take our clients on an adventure from the first floor plan to the last light fixture. Whether the adventure takes us from a garage sale in rural Pennsylvania to an estate sale in Washington, DC to a boutique in Georgetown to a well-known statement brand, each journey is different, as is each home, and everyone, no mater the size of the project, has the right to good design.
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Washington, DC US 
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Washington, D.C.,
United States, 20011 
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Room of the Day: A Bland Bath Goes Bold

Daring red wallpaper and asymmetry put a small, outdated bathroom on the path to memorable Full Story
     Comment   April 6, 2014
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Thank you all for the amazing feedback. To answer just a few questions I noticed as I scrolled through:
samanthaja: I threw the table in as a new take on the magazine rack. it's a design house, the idea is to think out of the box and stage the space on how you imagine it would be used.

midmodfan: the teak tray is a bit of maintenance. And this particular one is designed to work with a prefab shower pan (vs a tile floor). That said, as Leslieg2013 mentioned, you'll probably need to pull it up every so often to clean the shower floor. And it was recommended to me by the manufacturer (MTI Baths) to oil it down. I'd recommend this for a bathroom that doesn't get daily use. Or if you're like me, I'm more concerned with the aesthetics and will put up with a little more maintenance. Plus, in a pinch, this was ideal for not having to replace the ugly existing tile floor.

nelsonok: the shower door is also from MTI Baths. A company out of GA, they're wonderful to work with.
April 6, 2014 at 4:31pm     
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poppajohn
Nelsonok: I too was impressed with that glass enclosure. I found several bathroom remodeling firms which can "build" similar units. We're enclosing an existing bathtub with them and using three panels; two fixed sides with center hinged on right. Not as attractive as pictured above but installer feels using only two panels would not be structurally sound.
April 8, 2014 at 7:49pm   
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philipp1960
Love the vanity!
on Sunday at 10:07am   
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I have had the wonderful pleasure of working with Christopher on a few projects. I am constantly amazed by the level of detail and quality that he brings to eac...
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We have collaborated with Christopher Patrick Interiors on a number of jobs over the last few months, and have been impressed not only with the designs, but wit...
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I've worked with Four Brothers on a project in Chevy Chase, MD. The team was professional, quick and worked well with my clients. Quality work. I will work w...
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