Kelly Scott, a longtime ultra-creative downtown Mill Valley retailer and owner of The Goods, a shop at 6 Miller that is laden with “unique gifts, vintage finds, locally sourced treasures and lots of cashmere,” continues to get creative when it comes to the ever-changing retail climate.

As we reported in September, Scott took over a portion of 30 Miller Ave., the former Terrestra space that was owned by the husband-and-wife duo of Ray Kristof and Amy Satran and described as a “museum store without the museum.” Terrestra had moved out of its space. Scott turned the pop-up into a successful, three-week cashmere pop-up.

Scott is also the former owner of both the Alpha Dog shop as well as Sundry, a kitchen- and garden-focused store that was at 118 Throckmorton Ave. – the former home of Branded Boutique, the Mill Valley Hat Box, a laundromat and a fledgling version of Mill Valley Market before that.

Now Scott is taking over the space at 30 Miller and Turning it into More Goods, a combination of two of the aforementioned business above – a kitchen and holiday store.

Scott plans to use the space to sell cashmere scarves, wraps, ponchos and blankets.