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Two Portland, Oregon, designers saw the record cover for “Harry’s House” and decided to reproduce the ancient couch on the ceiling.

According to Portland Monthly, carpenter Helen Louise Helfand and upholsterer Leland Duck, who are Harry fans, collaborated on the design.

They rebuilt the orangey-brown old sculpture using foam to make pillows and say they ordered “every single burnt-orange velvet that we could get our hands on” to match Harry’s model. sells Harry’s couch replica for $4,995, with 500 couches available. Crafting the Future, which funds and removes barriers for artists and artisans of color, receives part of the earnings.


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