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European wardrobe systems and the future of multi-unit developments

By Madison Silvers

October 25th, 2017

Remember that saying, “If you build it, they will come”? Well, 2017 tells us that now, it’s not just if you build it, but how you build it, as well. Alas, the traditional presumptions made for large-scale developments were follow codes, meet the requirements, and then yes, they will come. “They” being the proverbial buyer, that is. However, the 21st century buyer has evolved with the tides of globalization. They come from many walks of life, and speak from a multitude of experiences and cultures.

The one common factor here is that all of these “new kinds” of real estate shoppers have travelled, and they have seen how functionality and design serve those worldwide. Furthermore, the internet speaks to this discovery, and affords potential buyers the accessibility in understanding what is out there and available to them. And, thus, this growing assemblage of educated and successful, potential buyers can gather what their amenities should and must be before they choose to take that consumer leap. Herein lies the solution: European wardrobe systems.

These new, innovative wardrobes impress the client and maximize your profit. Globally, Europeans are at the forefront of innovation within the industry. Subsequently, a European wardrobe is sleek and functional. It is wired with its' own motion-sensored, easily-connected lights. In a similar vein, these wardrobes’ design detail is unsurpassed.

But, the most glaring fundament of these European wardrobes is their ease in application. Labor expenses are reduced exponentially, as these wardrobe systems are simply put together and placed in their rightful home within a unit. There is no on-site construction. Similarly, there is no framing, flooring and/or trim to be milled and installed. Yet, the overall wardrobe system cultivates the luxury standards sought out by your imminent buyers.

Additionally, a majority of European wardrobe systems are engineered with their own built-in lighting and electrical channels. Appearances aside, as a result, this amenity speaks to the aforementioned cost-effectiveness. For, this design solution also alleviates the costliness affixed to electrical subcontractors. Or any subcontractors, for that matter. So, long are the days of your average, regular reaching closet with double doors. These antiquated wardrobe solutions are expensive and take time to build right. The European wardrobe systems alleviate the former while increasing the profit for you, the developer.

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With this in mind, the modern, European wardrobes of now and of the future are molded to fit the gamut of tastes for the wide array of developments currently in planning. Subsequently, these wardrobes are European made, but furthermore offered in wood, glass, lacquered and et al types of front and interior finishes.

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Receive the best of both worlds with European wardrobe systems: find the highest quality and consumer satisfaction within the secret of Divine Design Center’s value-engineered wardrobe systems for multi-unit developments. For more information on Divine Design Center and their work on developments in the Boston area, follow the link here.

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Contributor Bio


Mariette Barsoum and her company Divine Design Center have offered developers luxury, European cabinetry at cost-effective rates since 2004.

Subsequently, Divine Design Center, a woman, minority owned business, has provided Boston’s multiplying developments with premium quality kitchens, wardrobes and bathrooms suitable to expanding buyer’s demands that permeate the metropolitan area.

Apart from their 8,000 square foot modern + transitional European showroom which showcases the before mentioned, Divine is heralded for their:

•         Top quality product with global name recognition

•         Value engineering

•         Developer-only pricing through exclusive partnerships

          with our European manufacturing partners

•         Detailed plans

•         Local, competent support

•         Timeliness

•         Strict adherence to budget

•         Reliable deliveries

•         High end design services at no additional cost with

          Boston’s top design team

•         3D photo realistic rendering to pre-sell units

•         Financing to qualified developers


Increase the value of your units under development via Divine’s modern, European manufacturers. Garner the pre-sale of your project’s units well before completion with cabinetry that exudes seamless design and beautiful finishes. Our quality, cost-effective cabinets + Boston’s top design team emanate the best solution for your development’s needs.

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