In France, chocolate lovers can live out their dream in a house that is entirely made up of chocolate. The house was designed and made by Jean-Luc Decluzeau, the chocolatier and artist that specializes in chocolate sculptures. The house is an 18-square meter cottage that is made from more than 1.5 tons of chocolate. The cottage is available for rent and has the capacity for four people.
The cottage made of chocolate has most of its fittings and fixtures made out of the confectionary. The cottage walls, its roof, the dresser, clock, cups, books, chandelier, and fireplace are all made up of chocolate. Just outside the cottage, there even is a white chocolate duck pond and a chocolate flowerbed that is on display. The cottage is found in the glass house L’Orangerie Ephémère in the gardens of the Cité de la Céramique in Paris, France.
Guests that stay in the house are also offered a workshop where they can learn to craft their own personalized mini-chocolate chalets. The cottage is available to book for two nights through Booking.com. The booking opens from 9 am Wednesday, the 19th of September for the night of 5th of October, and from 9am on Wednesday, the 26th September for the night of the 6th October. The best part is that the booking just costs €50 ($59 US) per night.
All the chocolate that is eaten is replenished for the next guests. After the last of the guests leave the cottage, the house will go on display on the Parisian chocolate museum, Choco Story.