About Us


What We Do

Our clients are usually owners of existing homes that have challenges stemming from outdated designs, poor space utilization, inefficient layouts, poor visibility and traffic flow through the rooms.  Our experience level allows us to find creative solutions within existing spaces that solve these problems.

About Us

Integrated Kitchens offers complete kitchen design services for new and existing homes. We specialize in creating a custom design for your space that will fit within your budget. We listen to your needs and desires and integrate thoughtful design and years of experience to create a well-functioning and beautiful kitchen. Our goal is to make your dream a reality. We will have you falling in love with your home all over again. Integrated Kitchens does it all…from budgeting and design to communications with the installer or contractor during the construction process.

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Contemporary design consists of clean, sleek lines. Color-wise it consists of solid colors, muted neutrals or bold color. Furniture is characterized by sleek, low lines, metal frames or straight legs and surfaces.
Transitional designs bridge various elements of contemporary and traditional design. Many traditional architectural and design elements get an updated, cleaned-up look, with smoother, cleaner lines, without losing some of the historical elements common to traditional design.
Traditional designs feature classic styling and symmetry to create a calm, orderly decor. Emphasis on classic, timeless looks, and rich design features. Color palette is usually in the mid-tones.
Have a specific look in mind? We’ve probably done it: Art Deco (1920’s-1930’s), Arts and Crafts (very popular for homes dating from 1910-1925), Coastal (think Ralph Lauren), Country, French, Mediterranean, Modern, Tropical (think Tommy Bahama), or Western.



My name is Amy Pasek and I am a kitchen designer and the founder of Integrated Kitchens.


Why kitchens?

I discovered this profession as a result of some seemingly disparate events! As a childhood cancer survivor who spent a lot of time in hospitals when I was five, I understood at a young age how special and safe it felt to be home. I remember my mom cooking in her galley kitchen and how loved and comforted I felt by her presence, the smells of the food cooking and the promise that I would get to savor a great home-cooked meal with my family. Later, when I was nine, my parents built their “forever” house and I discovered I could envision the spaces based on two-dimensional floor plans. It felt like I had a special power! Eventually, that love and sense of security I felt in the kitchen as a young child was combined with a passion for space planning and design. My main goal now is to create a functional and beautiful kitchen for my clients that helps them show love for their family and friends through good food and fun times.


Why Integrated Kitchens?

Since 2005, I have been specializing in residential kitchen design and have worked with clients all over the United States. I believe that the best projects result from collaboration with my clients, contractors, architects, interior designers, structural engineers and trade professionals. Listening to each person is key to a successful project. I enjoy using humor wherever possible while also employing my serious “Type A” skills throughout the process. (Trust me, you want someone who is organized and focused to design your kitchen.) I collaborate with trusted trade partners who represent my company well. My education includes a Bachelor of Arts degree from Whitman College and an Associate of Applied Science degree in Interior Design with Phi Theta Kappa honors from Montgomery College. I have had the honor of mentoring design students and was a member of the Montgomery College Advisory Board Committee. When you choose Integrated Kitchens, you are choosing to potentially combine spaces (like your dining room, great room and kitchen) and to interlace your family’s way of life with the heart of the home.