Local Inspiration from Spun Charleston
L O C A L I N F L U E N C E R : S P U N C H A R L E S T O N
Celadon’s Flea & Farmers Market is filled with artisans and makers from all over the Charleston area looking to make a start, or continuing to chase their dreams. We take pride in helping to advocate for our local small businesses, as we too, are a small, local business. This new blog series is spotlighting artists and makers who have made a name for themselves among The Holy City and who help to influence and encourage our vendors and customers alike. We are excited to continue the introductions with a local Charleston vendor, creator and owner of cotton candy cart, Spun Charleston, Alexandra Mooring.
B E H I N D T H E I N S P I R A T I O N
Tell us about yourselves.
I am a full time student at the College of Charleston and own Spun, a local organic cotton candy cart.
Where do you find your inspiration in Charleston for your work?
I am so inspired by the light and airy feel of living on the water. It is why I was so drawn to the design of my cart: simple and light.
How would you describe your decorating style?
I’m all about the cool neutrals. I love grey, light blue, and black & white designs – very simple. I try to channel my inner Joanna Gaines!
What are some of your favorite recent pieces from Celadon?
What is your favorite part of the Celadon Flea & Farmers Market?
I love being a part of something with so many talented artisans and love knowing that it is all local because #buylocal is so important!
L I T T L E F U N N O T E S
Can’t live without Friendships
Favorite dish Brussels Sprouts from Leon’s
Horoscope sign Gemini
City you were born in Charleston
Place you wished to visit most Ireland
Favorite word Love
If you were an animal Deer
Biggest fear Not succeeding
Thank you Alexandra!
(All furniture and accessories by Celadon.)