Chords are all around. I don't know about you but I see chords in everyday objects like stains on walls or patterns of lights on a semi-truck trailer.
Today I saw an apartment building with the address 1305 and I thought I wonder what that chord is. I played it and it is very sweet. Let me amend that: 1305 was a bit of a stretch, literally, so I played the open chord 13 15 0 17. And that's what, a EΔ7 add b14?
And that apartment was one of four. The addresses were 1305, 1307, 1309, 1311. those addresses end in 5, 7, 9, 11. You could use those scale degrees to make a dom11 chord (as long as you assume the 7 is a b7). However in theory I think I would always prefer 3 (to differentiate major and minor), b7, 9. 11. And in practice I always play 1, 3, b7, 11 because playing the 9 is very stretchy and the 1 is always 2 frets closer than the 9.