Pallet Home + Table
What was the local deli back in 1853 is now one of the sharpest stores this side of Stirling. Everything in Pallet Home + Table tells a story, from the salvaged timber tables, to the underground windows that look out onto the stones that hold the town together.
Underground, beneath the building’s original floor beams, owners Sam Uren and Matt Seagrove sell homewares, gifts and fashion. You’ll find silk scarves dyed with leaf matter by Jenni Willis; premium cottons from Jac + Mooki; and handmade scented candles, which the owners make at home when they’re not busy brewing coffee or cooking the corn and zucchini fritters in the cafe upstairs.
It serves a seasonal menu designed by Uren alongside an exclusive coffee blend from By 6 Coffee Roasters. It’s a tidy, fresh space, with a splash of colour and warm, solid wood panelling.
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