Palindrome Design, LLC

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Established in 2011, Palindrome Design is a full service design firm. Services include: finish, flooring, tile & stone selections, space planning, furniture selections, window treatments, decorative lighting, comprehensive project management.

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Greater DC Area

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With a decade in the interior design industry, Christine has seen and worked on some of the most amazing homes in the country. During her five and a half years working for the legendary designer Thomas Pheasant, Christine collaborated on world-class projects including homes in Washington, DC, Bel-Air, California and Southampton, New York.

Christine developed a discerning eye for color, scale and form while working with Thomas Pheasant. By combining a deep appreciation for sophisticated, classically inspired interiors and her own flair for style, Christine creates interiors that are beautiful and functional.

Based in the charming neighborhood of Old Town in Alexandria, Virginia, Christine works closely with each client to develop spaces they love to live in.

Christine's work was recently published in the May 2014 issue of Washington Life magazine: http://issuu.com/washingtonlife/docs/wl0514_full_issue_digital/86 and she was name 'Hot Talent 2014' by Home & Design Magazine: http://www.homeanddesign.com/article.asp?article=21638

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2014 'Hot Talent', Home & Design Magazine
2012 'Ones to Watch' Award, Washington Design Center
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Alexandria, VA 22314 
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Definitely - a simple eased edge will look great. I love Ceasarstone - especially the honed finish - great choice!
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Does anyone have a preference between cambrian black honed granite vs. cambrian black antiqued granite? Thanks, in advance.
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Here are some tips for choosing your countertop edges:



As far as honed or antiqued, keep in mind that those styles will require a bit more maintenance than polished. I would suggest Antiqued because it closes the pores of the stone better than a honed finish, which will prevent staining.
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I love your idea of a big mirror. Either round or rectangular or shaped. Can be big - the bigger the better! Then after you hang the mirror, perhaps you could find a set of 4 prints and hang them in pairs (stacked vertically) on either side of the mirror. You have lots of flexibility with the finish on the mirror - could be gold or silver.

This is similar to the idea (but your art would just be two sets of two as your look is more tailored and less rustic):


Best of luck!
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If the artwork will fit, think about moving it over the cabinet on the left. You could add some beautiful patterned fabric stationary panels on the back wall-take the rods to the ceiling. I don't know the measurements but to bring the edge of the panel just into the opening, you might need 1 - 1 1/2 widths of fabric for each panel. The fabric offers an opportunity to bring another accent color and pattern into the space and will soften the back wall without blocking the sunlight.
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They painting is too tall for over the cabinet :( Thanks for all of the suggestions!
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Hi Jerry and Teresa -It looks good! The only comment I have is that it seems unusual to me that the bed & nightstands are not centered between the windows. I see it's been drawn that way to accommodate a desk in the corner. In order to keep the bed/nightstands centered, would you consider moving the desk to the space between the closets?
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Just two thoughts: put the dryer on the outside wall for easy venting. if you need a closet it can move to the hall wall. If I understand the dimensions, the bedroom is about 20' square? From the bed to the wall between the closets is pretty far for comfortable TV watching -- and if no TV, then why not have more closet? Personally, I'd put the bed on the windowless wall so I could look out, maybe centering a double window (or window seat or desk) opposite with closets on either side. That also avoids the view into the bathroom from the bed.
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Your floor is actually kind of cool! I wonder if you could experiment with changing the grout to a dark grey or black. It might add some drama to the floor. I know black grout sounds drastic, but I have used it in a house before and it came out great: Wet Bar

I also love this bathroom with black grout - lots of drama! main bath

Best of luck with your project!
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I like the floor. you need a wild and colorful shower curtain that has some of the gold color in it. then pick other colors from the curtain for towels.
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This is a really old post going back to March 28. The OP has never responded after posting the dilemma.
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Hi there - I love the rug! But not with the sofas - unfortunately it's just too much pattern. If you are keeping your sofas, you may want to consider a sisal with a colored edge binding. Sisal has a great look and you can select one of the colors from the existing sofas to use for the edge to tie it all together.

Best of luck with your project!
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Good point abbyjean. This living room has always been an unused area of the house. I'm always trying to make it more inviting to go into. When I recently redid the floors I took away the wall to wall carpet and gave it a more casual look- also feeling that the carpet difference was a barrier. And I turned the sofas to be more casual and less stiff. But I think the softness of a rug underfoot would help. I also think that perhaps the casual PB sofas might be more inviting.
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I have a feeling this will become one of your favorite rooms, as you already have a GREAT beginning! Enjoy the journey........
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Looks cozy!
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Hi Julia - I love cream with Revere Pewter or a combination of cream and grey. This house is almost all Revere Pewter:
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Some have experience and I don't here, but their website's color matching, though meant for paint, should be of some help with carpet....?
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the carpeting is a much bigger choice then the paint color ... the room will likely be repainted many times over the years, while the carpet won't be going anywhere. Pick a carpet color that will stand the test of time, not just match today's 'must have' wall color.
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Hi Jan - I love the color Revere Pewter! I am working on a project now that uses a lot of it - creams and greys work great!
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Hi Carol - I love Revere Pewter! I am currently working on a project in DC that is almost all Revere Pewter it's a lovely color with cream.

All of the rooms in this house are Revere Pewter except for the back hall and the entryway:


Best of luck with your project!

-Christine
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@lefty47

And the lighting should dim accordingly!
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See what I started? lol I never pay much attention, I'm too busy to care. LOL : ) (about the light) ; ))
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Orange for sure! Start with some fun pillows on the sofa and a lumbar pillow on your chair - then add more in with art or accessories if you think the room still needs it! Best of luck!
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Google "Orange Pillows" - then click Images -- tons of options out there!
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If you show us photos of your sofa and space, we'll be able to give you better pillow ideas. Oh, yes, you could even do a blue gray mixed in. In the right context.
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By now you have probably placed the sofa under the window to achieve balance? Is there space for a long narrow coffee table in front of the sofa and perhaps even one or two end tables? Scale and bulk wise the two chairs won't compete as much with the piano. The wall on the right, in face the whole room, seems to be crying out a large mirror. IKEA has lots which are amazingly inexpensive and Z Galleries has a really awesome one called The Omega. I bought one to go over my fireplace and love the fact that besides making the room look wider, it also reflects light.
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Barrowp has a great point - the room feels smaller than it is because of two difference flooring materials. If you could carpet whole space, or do wood floors, it will feel bigger. I also think putting the piano on the wall where the console is and putting the sofa on the piano wall could help. I'd start with making that swap (just experiment with it!) and see how it feels....then think how much better it could feel with all one flooring material.
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Hi Tennis Court - You can save about half by getting a similar headboard, like the Caroline from Ballard, and then just find a taliored bedskirt in a similar color as the headboard.
http://www.ballarddesigns.com/caroline-headboard-with-brass-nailheads/furniture/category/bedroom/beds-headboards/316780

Best of luck with your search!
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Thank you! :)
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Hi Indigo - I agree, you should remove that slate area and install hardwood. When you install the hardwood, finish it in whatever stain color you prefer, then match existing dining room floors to your new floors.

Different species of wood will absorb stain differently, but a skilled installer should be able to get them to match closely.

Best of luck with your project!

-Christine
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While I would prefer to run the new hardwood in front of the door, and abut to the existing hardwood, my husband would prefer to install tile at the front door. I think that I could be ok with the idea of using tile at the entrance for two reasons - protect the hardwood from dirty shoes at the front door; the two differing hardwoods would not meet.
However, I am unsure how to install the tile. Obviously, I don't like the existing slate installation with the angled edge. Should I bring the tile out to a right angle? Or, should I just try to somehow convince my husband that hardwood should be installed in front of the door, even though it will abut the existing hardwood that is a different type?
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A good floor installer can put wood in to closely match what you have and add a decorative border so that it looks intended.
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Maybe a granite with some golds in it would complement the floors. Google sunset gold granite and see what images come up.

Best of luck!
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Antiqued with an umber glaze
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It would be nice to see a picture of the antiqued with the grey.
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Not considering any size constraints with them (if there are any) I like the look of number 1. It is interesting with the two textures and a bit unexpected. However if you want a modern, minimalist and airy look then go with number 2.
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@sofital - those where my thoughts exactly. I liked the look of #1 and thought that it would complement/tie in the kitchen backsplash... but I voted for #2 because that kitchen seems to have a rather modern, minimalist look about it. Love those red bar stools as well.
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The second option offers more possibilities where accessories are concerned. I like to change things regularly.
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Choosing between over-dramatized and kinda neutral so took the latter.
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Hi Kiki - Black doors has been a hot topic on Houzz lately! Not sure if you got a chance to read this and the subsequent reader comments: Ideabook: 11 Reasons to Paint Your Interior Doors Black

I love dark & black doors - they really add a lot to a design.

Best of luck with your doors!

-Christine
City Glamour - Wet Bar
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Kiki - If you opt for a high quality tile, the look should last a long time. We used a wood look tile in this master bath below. Instead of it having a printed wood pattern, it has a hand-planed texture - so the tile is subtly irregular on the top and a matte finish. It's drop dead gorgeous!
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@kiki39...
Okay, admittedly I'm a bit "biased"... but that having been said, I'm also a realist.
I've been in this business for 38+ years, and I can honestly (& objectively) say that there have been a LOT of items come into the market that "looked good on paper" (or in pictures)...
But the true test is if they survive over the long haul.
Laminates (i.e. Pergo & others), cheap imported engineered products, & other ideas too numerous to list... made a big "splash" in the beginning, but once the clock started ticking, the majority of users figured out there were "things" they hadn't anticipated... and many had buyers remorse.
Unfortunately, the "unintended consequences" don't become obvious for a year or two.
If you don't mind the "feel" of living on cement ALL day (see tile as well), don't mind saying "goodbye" to anything fragile you drop, don't mind buying (& storing) EXTRA material for when you need to do repairs... then porcelain "wood look" tile may be for you.
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Hi Ozziesmomma,

I actually love this house! It really has so much potential!.

Paint is a great way to drastically change the look of a space. Think about how paint could update your space....can you have the cabinets painted? Can you paint some of the wood trim or paneling? A recent project of mine is almost all white:


And although paint is a great way to brighten things up, also keep in mind that there is beauty in the original woodwork - for example, I am not sure what I am looking at in picture #2, but I like it!

Regarding the railings, can you change just the railings to something more updated? For example, on your stair, could you replace the railing with glass panels or a modern stainless wire railing?

Best of luck with your project - and remember to have fun with it!

-Christine
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Change the drawers and doors out and paint or darken the stain to bring some richness to the wood.
the other thing is the counter top...seems to need some punch...but if you just darken the stain to a richer deeper color the counter top might be ok!
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Hi J - That's a great looking chair! If Bloomingdale's no longer sells the chair, you could take the one you have to a local upholsterer or furniture maker and have them make you one to match.

Best of luck!

-Christine
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you could get one that is a bit different

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I agree, you could always get another one made custom to match your current one exactly.
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Hi Cynthia - Would you consider painting the rest of the wood colored trim white? You would get a more cohesive look if all the wood was painted the same color.

For a window treatment - there are a couple of options: a 2" white wood blind (real wood or imitation - the really important factor is a wider width slat) or a sheer roman shade. You can see an example of a sheer roman shade in the Kitchen & Kitchen Island picture of my project "City Glamour" - a sheer roman will filter light and give you some privacy.




Best of luck!

-Christine
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I really hate the look of the dark wood - pretty much all of our house is dark wood with the same windows/trim. Painting the window sashes would be a major headache, but I love the look of white trim so that's why I decided to paint the trim. We don't have any money to spend on fancy window treatments either, oy vey!
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Also, there isn't much dept allowed for installing binds (inside mount) - there's about 1/2 to 3/4 inch, that's it.
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Our front door is painted the color of the house on the outside, and the small edge that goes with it. The rest is the color of the interior door.
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Hi Allison - The fun part about design is that there is rarely one correct answer for a situation.

Looking at your images, you might consider painting the interior of the front door black while the other side remains red. There has been a lot of discussion on black doors on Houzz lately: Ideabook: 11 Reasons to Paint Your Interior Doors Black

If you choose to paint your door two colors, I'd have only the red on the exterior. The edge of the door should match whatever you use for the interior side. Just make sure you or your painter uses tape to get a beautiful, clean line on the edge.

Best of luck!

Christine
Project: City Glamour
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Hi Barry - Sounds like you have a lot going on! Darker flooring can be beautiful - but dark floors need more maintenance in the sense that they will show every single little bit of dust & debris.

I dealt with this same dilemma in my "City Glamour" Project - we opted for a lighter grey hardwood. You can see the light floors in the Kitchen, Butler Pantry and Wet Bar:


Since you have pets, I think you are smart in considering the Tower finish.

Best of luck!

-Christine
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Hi Erin -

You have lots of beautiful windows! It's a little tough just looking at snapshots to tell if a suggestion can work.....but instead of hanging panels between each window, consider a single rod over the three windows and a single rod over the pair of windows, then only have stacks of sheers at each end. The stacks in the corner will meet each other.

This will create softness, but won't be overly busy or reduce the light in the room.

I do a small iron/black rod with a diameter of 1" or 1.5"and small finials or a cap on the end (just something simple). I'd measure the distance between the top of the window and the bottom of the crown and hang the rods at the halfway point.

It's hard to tell you what to do in the dining room - I can't see the ceiling or what the relationship of that space is to the family room.

Best of luck!

-Christine
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Hi Erin - Yes, I'd use the same material on the Dining Room window.

Regarding the Lone Ranger - hmm - I think I'd skip the draperies there. If you have to have something on that window for privacy purposes, an inside mounted roman shade could work nicely in that spot.
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Sounds good! Yes privacy is not an issue, so I will leave it alone.

Thank you again Christine.
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Wow! What a difference! Looks great!
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Great dramatic feature wall.
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This hand-dyed, hand-woven, custom-colored wool "Huck Grid" area rug is from Elizabeth Eakins: http://elizabetheakins.com/
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I love Elizabeth Eakins!
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Hi Steve, Unfortunately at this time we do not ship to Hong Kong with orders placed through Houzz.

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This is a fun light fixture!
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Thanks for the inquiry. The white backsplash is back painted glass.
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What a fun kitchen!
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Hi, It looks like you live in a studio and it has a galley kitchen. Is that correct so far? If this is what you are dealing with it would appear that your leather couch is far too big for the "living room" space at it is now. Could you please post the dimensions of this room. I lived in a one room studio so I could be at the beach in southern California a few decades ago. The room also included the "sleeping zone." It was a challenge but it is doable and these days there are all sorts of helpful storage items and other things to consider that would help you arrive at a comfortable living arrangement. As a start would you want a small table for eating which could be placed near the light-filled windows, or would you plan to eat your meals say at a coffee table in front of the (smaller) couch? Would you considering hanging your television to free up precious floor space? That's easier to do than you might think.

Please help the pros help you by providing more information like for starters the room's dimensions and particulars, like placement of doors, windows, radiators, etc. These elements can often be picked up just from studying photos. Since you've managed to upload photos (I haven't even tried that yet) please consider adding several additional photos from differing viewpoints, i.e., from the windows looking back across the room; and from the galley wall also back across the room. I am not a professional designer (I hope I do at least provide inspiration and a bit of motivation to keep at it!); however, there are so many wonderful people on this site who are generous with their time and their talents and who do not hesitate to plunge in, often supplying tons of great ideas, many with photos and often with specificity, as well as ways to go at things that would often escape us ordinary humans. Good luck, madeline
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Wow what an an eclectic range of bathrooms! The DKOR Interiors bathrooms is one of my all-time favorites, I love what they do. :)
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I have been working with Donald Lococo Architects for the past two years on a large residential project in Alexandria, Virginia. I have thoroughly enjoyed worki...
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Review for Elizabeth Krial Design, LLC:

Elizabeth is a talented designer and approaches all her projects with great passion and energy. She is resourceful and creative and will help each client really...
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