Danish designed, developed, and produced Hi-Fi and sound furniture

Each and every Lemus HOME Hi-Fi and sound furniture is designed to last for many years and is well thought out down to the last detail. Lemus' designs are developed and tested, and are the result of thousands of hours of hard work, where it has passed through the hands of many people before it reaches your home - and the hands are Danish.

In addition to ensuring Danish top quality, Lemus' products are also designed, developed and produced in Denmark to create Danish jobs and support Danish society.

A process with many people behind it

The process of your new Hi-Fi and sound furniture usually starts in the late hours with our CEO & founder, Rasmus Møller Kastrup, when he gets a good idea for a new product, design or concept. We further develop the small ideas in our team, then Rasmus Møller Kastrup starts with the design, after which our furniture architect starts with production drawings. At the same time, our team of Danish sound engineers work on the technical side - which devices should we use, what sound experience do we want to create and how do we ensure that we deliver an uncompromising sound experience and a reproduction of musical works as the artist intended. Our team of sound specialists, designers, speaker joiners, cabinetmakers and upholsterers then prepares a prototype. Sometimes it is necessary to have many prototypes, and other times it quickly sits in the cupboard.

Once the prototype has been approved, the tour moves on to fine-tuning the sound experience, which ensures that you get the best sound experience regardless of whether you are listening to music or watching the greatest cinematic works. Even before the production of your Hi-Fi and sound furniture, there have been many hands, ears and eyes.

Unlike many other audio brands, we have music specialists and music lovers as a permanent part of our sound tuning, which means that our sound furniture not only measures correctly for the sound engineer, but that it actually also sounds alive and attractive in reality - like when you stand on front row to your favorite concert. It is that musical experience that we are trying to recreate.

We work with the most skilled sound specialists and cabinetmakers and upholsterers who have refined their craft over generations. Our sound furniture is designed, developed and produced in Denmark by cabinetmakers, who ensure you furniture craftsmanship of the best quality, where even the smallest detail is finely polished by hand.

We only work with the best in their field, who help to ensure that we recycle excess materials so that together we can take care of the environment and only leave our mark in your home's interior design.

We use wood from sustainable forestry, which is FSC-certified and ensures that the wood comes from legal sustainable forestry, where a new tree is planted for every felled one, and nature and the workers' working conditions are taken care of. The wood is hand-picked and carefully examined to ensure high quality, which can last for many years. Every time we sell a Lemus HOME sound piece of furniture, we plant another new tree in the Danish folk forests.

We use sustainable textiles from Danske Gabriel which provides a fascinating interplay of contrasts in the non-directional structure. The textile is 100% Trevira CS with fire-retardant properties and is free of heavy metals. Our textiles have the EU environmental label, meet all requirementsMöbelfakta requirements and is STANDARD 100 from OEKO-TEX, which ensures that no dangerous chemicals are used in production and you only get the best quality. 

Once we start the production of your Hi-Fi and sound furniture, the hands here will quickly double. One team produces the speakers, one team produces the furniture and one team upholsters speaker frames and cabinet doors. It is assembled, polished, oiled, tested, EQ updated and packed in boxes before the trip to our warehouse. From our warehouse, your new Hi-Fi and sound furniture is picked, packed and delivered by new people before it finally reaches your living room. If you subsequently have problems, questions or the like, there is of course also a support team to help you quickly and problem-free.

As you can read, at Lemus we would rather focus on quality than quantity, and ensure that you can count on us and our product all year round. We believe in good, well-produced, long-lasting design products with the potential to be used for a lifetime. All products in the Lemus HOME collection are designed with a long life cycle and revolutionary electronics, which can be continuously updated to the latest technology without having to replace the entire furniture and speakers.

So when you buy a Lemus HOME sound furniture, remember that the price does not simply reflect cost prices for the various raw materials. But reflects that all designs are made of good, solid and environmentally friendly materials, and that the women and men in Denmark who stand behind the products - regardless of whether it is in the development, design or production phase, have good pay and working conditions. And we will never compromise on that.

On average, there are 13 Danish women/men who have had a hand in the process of producing and delivering your new Lemus HOME sound furniture.

Fixed price for Lemus HOME Classic - all year round

We value loyalty and trust, which is why we have the same prices and the same quality all year round on the Lemus HOME Classic series, so you can buy your new Hi-Fi and sound furniture with peace of mind- without fearing it comes on sale the next month.

That is why we have chosen to offer the best price possible for our Lemus HOME Classic sound furniture.

So when you buy a Lemus HOME sound furniture, you also know that the resale value will last - regardless of whether you spread the price over many years, or whether you want a new Lemus HOME Hi-Fi and sound furniture and therefore choose to sell your Lemus HOME on to a new owner.

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