Our Manifesto

At Fleur De Lys we believe...
Shopping should be an experience.
Gifts should come from the heart.
Design should follow whim, not rules.
Customers should be treated like family.
Dogs should never wait in the car.
Its not just the thought that counts,
there should be gifts too.
Sharing dessert is over rated.
Life is a special occasion, always use the good stuff.


Our Mission

We strive to make a positive impact every day by being of service, spreading kindness, and offering exceptional products that uplift and enlighten your home & lifestyle.


 We love the excitement of finding just the right gift for someone. When we’re curating our merchandise assortment, we’re always thinking of items that will make perfect gifts for those hard to shop for people. We select items with great stories and significance so they are more meaningful to those who receive them. We feature a hand-picked selection of treasures to enhance your home & lifestyle including:
Table Top, Home Essentials, Apothecary, Candles, Culinary Gadgets, Gourmet Foods, Kitchen Accessories, Home Décor, Books, Jewelry, Stationery, Clothing & Accessories, Children’s Gifts, One of a kind vintage & repurposed items, and more.
Just like the mercantiles of long ago, Fleur De Lys is your neighborhood general store and so much more. We have a variety of special pieces from around the globe and we proudly offer several items made in the USA - some right here in our own community by local artisans.
We believe everything that comes to us brings a bit of its journey with it. We surround ourselves with products from artisans and companies engaging in positive business practices; creating a better bottom line for all creatures & our planet.
Long ago, the mercantile was the heart of every town. It was a place you could count on to find just what you needed or to stay connected with your friends and neighbors. We think you’ll have the same feeling here. So join us at Fleur De Lys Modern Mercantile and we’ll take you back to a simpler time when visiting your corner store felt like coming home…