We present a warped extra dimension model with the custodial symmetry SU(2)(L) x SU(2)(R) x U(1)(X) x P-LR based on the flavor symmetry S-4 X Z(2) x Z(2)', and the neutrinos are taken to be Dirac particles. At leading order, the democratic lepton mixing is derived exactly, and the high-dimensional operators introduce corrections of order lambda(c) to all the three lepton mixing angles such that agreement with the experimental data can be achieved. The neutrino mass spectrum is predicted to be of the inverted hierarchy and the second octant of theta(23) is preferred. We suggest the modified democratic mixing, which is obtained by permuting the second and the third rows of the democratic mixing matrix, should be a good first order approximation to understanding sizable theta(13) and the first octant of theta(23). The constraints on the model from the electroweak precision measurements are discussed. Furthermore, we investigate the lepton mixing patterns for all the possible residual symmetries G(nu) and G(l) in the neutrino and charged lepton sectors, respectively. (C) 2013 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.