For some, antique shopping is a way of life. And even if you’re not an antique aficionado, a well-selected antique has the potential to enrich the style of your home without draining all your decorating funds. Most would agree that items with character and history are more impactful than the same old standard items available at commercial shops. So, what are you waiting for? Start your antique collection by checking out the following ten antique stores in Utah.
Antoinette’s Antique Jewelry has a very simple slogan: “Spectacular art shouldn’t just hang on your walls; it should adorn you.” With a selection of rare, antique jewelry, Antoinette’s is a great stopover around birthdays, anniversaries, engagements, Valentine’s, and Christmas.
If you’re not sure what to get someone for their birthday, the Planted Earth in Orem has a vast array of unique, antique gifts. Very vintage and slightly shabby chic, this boutique specializes in antiques large and small. In addition to selling all sorts of plants, it is a family run establishment with a homey atmosphere.
With easy access to and from Utah’s most prominent freeway, Abby’s Antique Mall is a refreshing road trip stopover. This “antique mall” is made up of a variety of vendors selling hard-to-find pieces as well as DIY and crafting materials.
A deliberately-crafted boutique, Emiliejayne in Salt Lake is especially well-known for its antique china selection. If you’re looking to host a party (or a tea party, for that matter), Emiliejayne’s aesthetic is too cute to resist.
Located in the center of Utah Valley, Rosebud Antiques caters to families looking for affordable antiques to embellish their homes. Founded 14 years ago, the shop is still going strong.
Just as its name suggests, Hobnob is home to all things eclectic. With unique furniture, home décor, antiques, and assorted collectibles, Hobnob is definitely home to some great finds, but is also worth visiting for the sake of consumer entertainment.
Opened within the last five years, Block 100 Antiques is now one of Provo’s premier antique shops. Selling everything from antique military jackets to high-quality, antique bookshelves, there’s nothing in this shop that wasn’t specially selected. Block 100 is now a real Provo favorite.
Another “antique mall,” Capital City Antique Mall refers to its vendors as “time-travelers,” aiming to help people build memories. The store itself is somewhat of a maze, but an entertaining one that will tempt you to spend some of your extra cash.
One of the most tasteful antique shops in Utah, Cat’s Cradle Antiques is known for its fine jewelry, antique dolls, and unique holiday items. The shop itself—though a bit disorganized—is a mesmerizing treasure trove, sure to delight even the wariest of shoppers.
A Salt Lake City establishment, Decades is the king of vintage. Rooms of carefully organized vintage clothes, shoes, accessories, and jewelry celebrate the beauty and absurdity of every 20th century decade.