Chocolate heaven! Room made entirely of Belgians finest where every single piece of furniture is edible

Chocolate heaven! Room made entirely of Belgian’s finest where every single piece of furniture is edibleSculptor Elena Kliment used over 600kg of chocolate to make the loungeThe room features chocolate chairs, a table, a fireplace and a flower pot
It took two months to prepare and two weeks of work to transform the chocolate into furniture and home decorations

By
Sarah Johnson

PUBLISHED:

17:07 GMT, 11 March 2013

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UPDATED:

07:55 GMT, 12 March 2013

The world of home furnishings just got a whole lot tastier.

A lounge made entirely out of chocolate has been unveiled in a shopping centre in Minsk, Belarus.

All of the items in the 20sq m room are made of the tasty treat.

Home sweet home: A lounge made entirely out of chocolate has been unveiled in Minsk, Russia

Home sweet home: A lounge made entirely out of chocolate has been unveiled in Minsk, Russia

Intricate: All the items in the room, including this pot of flowers,have been made from Belgian chocolate

Intricate: All the items in the room, including this pot of flowers, have been made from Belgian chocolate

Sculptor Elena Kliment used over 600kg of Belgian chocolate to create everything from the
fireplace to the tea cups to the chest of drawers.

The masterpiece took two months to prepare and two weeks of work to transform the chocolate into furniture and home decorations.

The
room will be on display in the ALL shopping mall until April 14 after
which some of the chocolate in the room will be cut into small pieces
and offered to visitors.

This is not the first room to have been crafted entirely out of chocolate.

The room will be on display in a shopping mall in Minsk until 14 April after which some of the chocolate will be offered to visitors

The room will be on display in a shopping mall in Minsk until 14 April after which some of the chocolate will be offered to visitors

Too good to eat: Sculptor Elena Kliment used over 1300lb of chocolate to create everything in the room

Too good to eat: Sculptor Elena Kliment used over 1300lb of chocolate to create everything in the room

In February 2011, Mindaugas Tendziagolskis used 660lb of chocolate to design a chocolate dining room in Vilarus in Lithuania.

The room, featuring everything from
bookshelves to atwork to chocolate lettuce leaves was on display in a
local supermarket for two weeks over Valentine's day.