There are so many little gems around our city, it seems that with every weekend comes a new thrilling discovery of somewhere or something that makes me so very happy to live here.
A few weekends ago, we went to the Mixson Farmer's Market with the intention of sampling tomato pie and maybe popping in Mixson Market for King of Pops or a coffee. I'd seen Flowershop before, at dinner at Basico, but it was a little late, so I saved my curiosity for a time when they'd be open.
To my great delight, they were open this trip and the little shop is just too pretty not to share.
It's a small place with a free-sprited vibe complete with nude bohemian photography and the most magical little dried floral crowns, which I of course scooped up without a second thought.
This laurel beauty now hangs under a pair of antique deer antlers in our kitchen and the above pictured lavender crown came home with us too, but she's been moved several times around kitchen cabinet knobs. I have to find a better place for her.
With so much local love, I think it's about time to put together a little Amen Loves Charleston city guide (though there's no shortage of them, and I think I haven't already for fear of being repetitive).
But for now I'll just say check out Flowershop at Mixson next time you're in that cute little pocket of an area. You'll be glad you did. ;)