October 9th, 2020

We are sad to announce that we will be permanently closing the doors to Stock & Pantry on October 23rd at 6pm, including the website.

Shop the sale (EVERYTHING is marked down!) online and choose local pick-up or shipping!

Covid-19 safety protocols will be in place with masks mandatory, hand sanitizer provided and distancing in practice.




July 9th, 2020

Well, we may still be in a pandemic but we are optimistically working forward to opening up again.  Starting now, you can shop in the store by appointment!

We will have all safety precautions in place and will require face coverings.

To schedule your visit please email us at hello@stockandpantry.com

You can also Shop the Window via the QR code on our storefront if you're passing by or by going to the Shop the Window Collection on our site.

As always, you can shop online for local delivery, curbside pick up or shipping.

We can't wait to see you again!

Stay well xoxo




June 8th, 2020

Hello everyone —

Seattle has now entered Phase 1.5 and in-store retail is allowed to resume with limited capacity and safety measures in place. 

However, with the necessary and important protests that have been taking place, our store remains boarded up and not available for use.

Until we have access to our space again we will continue to take your orders online for local delivery, curbside pick up and shipping - we have some lovely new things to make staying in more enjoyable and have restocked your favorites too.

Once we are back in the store, we are excited to welcome you for By Appointment in store shopping, as well as continuing with online sales.

We'll update this page and make announcements as soon as we are ready.

Please continue to support small business, and know that we can't wait to see you again!

Stay well xoxo


March 16th, 2020 

We'll be using this space to share how Stock & Pantry is navigating the COVID-19 pandemic as it relates to our community's health, employee safety, and the long term security of our business. While we'd like to change as little as possible, we're trying to consider our collective values—compassion, transparency, sincerity,—as we move through this. 


If your income has not been seriously affected, we would like to encourage you to continue, or even increase your support of our wonderful local shops and restaurants. Now, more than ever, we rely on your patronage to remain a part of the community. In times of crisis and uncertainty, you can make a huge impact by remaining involved in local culture and commerce. 

As of Monday, March 16th, we are adjusting our store to online ordering only.  We will make sure to update this page and all social media if any of this information changes.

If online shopping is not your thing or you have questions please email us at hello@stockandpantry.com and we can help process your order.

Purchasing gift cards is the easiest way to help out any business. The sales provide crucial revenue now, and you can choose what you'd like later, at your convenience. 

If you are among the thousands of Seattleites now working remotely, you can find many things at Stock & Pantry to make the transition more comfortable. When you're spending more time at home, we prescribe nesting; your physical environment is absolutely crucial to your emotional and mental well being, which has a direct impact on your overall health. 

Just a few ideas on making the best of staying in:

Find yourself growing bored of cooking already? We have lots of ways to (literally) spice up your cooking, beautiful non-stick cookware from Danish brand Eva Solo, hand-carved wooden mixing and serving bowls from B.C., and new cookbooks to inspire you. If you're ordering-in from your favorite local restaurants, try using our linen napkins to avoid wasting the disposable paper ones. 

Are you cleaning a little more than usual and washing your hands a ton? We have super-soft cotton tea towels to replace paper towels, and the most absorbent and quick drying hand and bath towels we have ever found. Seriously - the best.

Last week, we celebrated our third anniversary. We are incredibly grateful to our loyal customers, generous neighbors, and all the talented artists and makers we have had the privilege to work with and represent. Please take care of yourselves and each other, and let's all do everything we can to ensure Seattle remains the lively, diverse, and thriving city we are all proud to call home. 

Sasha, Alex, Dickie, and Jessica