what is plume?

To me, plume is many things.


Hi.  I’m Kelly.

Plume is my little corner of the world.

My shop.

plume (the noun): is a feather, a decoration.   {I’ve got plenty of that for you!}

plume (the verb means to decorate or adorn  {I can help with that too!}

As time passes, I hope you’ll become familiar with…

plume (the adjective)   local.  handmade.  vintage treasure.   pretty somethings.

“Something old…something new…something borrowed…something plume…” 

Yes, there’s all that literal meaning which is entirely appropriate but if I can just put it all out there for a minute… I hope Plume isn’t just known as a shop full of pretty things.  I hope it is known as a place filled with a pretty spirit.  Psalm 91:4 says



He will cover you with his feathers,

and under his wings you will find refuge”

I pray Plume will always be a place where women can get away from everyday life.  Maybe to shop.  Maybe just to talk.  Maybe to gather and learn or support one another through life’s trials.   A place of refuge that bears witness to God’s grace and provision.

Welcome to my attempt to gather all the things I love into one pretty, off the beaten path, little shop.  I  called on a few friends who are C.R.A.Z.Y. talented in their respective fields.  Local artists and treasure seekers.   My heart clings to the good things of the past…yet ever moves forward.  Some things are worth preserving, learning their stories {or giving them a new one} and passing them on when the time is right.  But I’m a girl and I still love fresh new things too.    At Plume, I creatively mix nostalgic vintage finds with locally up-cycled and hand-made home decor, necessities & gifts.


4 thoughts on “what is plume?

    • Thank you so much! I remember you 🙂 and the earrings you bought. I still have the lamps! Another young girl came in the next day and almost bought them too…but they are still there waiting for you. Come by often. Hopefully it will look a little different each time you visit. You words were very kind and mean a lot to me. See you soon! Love, kelly

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