By Michelle Fox, CNBC.com
Ever wonder what life would be like if you lived in Willy Wonka's world? Think chocolate rooms, clothing and even a car.
We did, so we scoured the globe to find some of the most amazing things made of chocolate. What we found were some chocolate makers who let their imaginations run wild, creating some truly unique edible objects that may surprise you. And you don't have to be a chocoholic to appreciate these finer things in life.
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Made of chocolate from floor to ceiling, this 183- square-foot "Chocolate Room" made shoppers drool when they encountered it at a shopping center in Lithuania. Seven artists used 611 pounds of chocolate to create the walls and decor, which was on display for Valentine's Day. And while those passing by may have been tempted, they weren't allowed to taste it.
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These shoes are the perfect gift for the chocoholic with a shoe obsession. They are the brainchild of chocolatier Phil Neal of the luxury West London chocolate shop, Theobroma Cacao, who wanted to combine two of women's favorite things - chocolate and shoes.
The edible shoes are part of Theobroma Cacao's Erotique collection and are hand-crafted from Venezuelan chocolate. They even come presented in a pink "shoebox" and are popular gifts for brides from her friends. If you are looking for something racier, check out the rest of the collection, which includes chocolate reproductions of the human form.
This delicious-looking BMW was just one of many hunger-inducing attractions at the 2010 World Chocolate Wonderland in Beijing, China. Up to 80 tons of chocolate were used in making the displays, which also included a 33 foot long replica of the Great Wall and a mini-army of 650 chocolate replicas of the famous Terracotta Warriors.
This chess set is made of solid milk and dark chocolate. So when you capture the castle you can eat it, too. Houston-based Kegg's Candies makes e each set by hand, using its own blend of chocolates, and each piece is individually molded. The set sells for $39.95.
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What better way for a chocolate company to launch its reading campaign than to have an actress lounging on a sofa made of chocolate? That's exactly what Mars' Galaxy brand did for its 2009 "Irresistible Reads" initiative. It called in British television actress Emilia Fox to pose on a couch made of Galaxy chocolate at Victoria Embankment Gardens in London. Now that's a sofa you can melt into!
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By Michelle Fox, CNBC.com