Rethink Spotlight: Salted and Styled Blog


It’s always a pleasure collaborating with the powerhouse team behind Salted and Styled. Receivers of the 2013 IACP award for Best Food Blog, Writer/Stylist Libbie Summers with partner-in-crime Photographer Chia Chong have curated a blog that goes way beyond good eats. This week they’re focusing on the many facets of coconuts, and were kind enough to ask us to pull a few of our favorite interior spaces inspired by this stunning photo of coconut:



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Have you met the ladies behind Salted and Styled?


Libbie Summers | Creator/Writer/Stylist



Libbie Summers first earned her culinary chops below deck as a chef on private yachts—honing her baking skills under extreme weather and guest conditions. Today, Summers is an award-winning producer of imaginative lifestyle content for print and film clients including Condé Nast Traveler, Bon Appétit, Huffington Post, Gilt, Southern Living, Better Homes and Gardens, Paramount Pictures and her own lifestyle brand, A Food-Inspired Life. The New York Times called her first book, The Whole Hog Cookbook, “aggressively pretty,” while Bon Appétit lauded its “wicked sense of humor.” Look for her second book, Sweet and Vicious-baking with attitude (Rizzoli) out March 25, 2014.


Chia Chong | Creator/Photographer



Chia Chong finds inspiration in the artistic and eccentric influences that have always surrounded her—from her childhood in Penang, Malaysia, to her current residence in Savannah, Georgia, where she earned a B.F.A. in Photography from the Savannah College of Art and Design. Chia’s diverse body of photographic work—which includes foods, portraiture, lifestyle and interior design, fine art and travel—has appeared in several leading international and shelter magazines, including Vogue, bon appétit, Cosmopolitan, Elle Décor, Southern Living, National Geographic Traveler and The New York Times. Her books include A House in the South (Clarkson Potter 2006), Perfect Porches (Clarkson Potter 2010) and The Whole Hog Cookbook (Rizzoli 2011).

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