When I was little, I grew up shopping at thrift stores. That thrifty attitude really stuck with me and now I love finding affordable pieces and the thrill of the hunt! Plus, adding vintage really adds some soul to a home. I have a big list of thrift shops across the US, but I thought I’d share my favorite thrift shops in Logan, Utah! It’s one of my most asked questions on Instagram!
I love thrifting because it’s so exciting- there’s the thrill of the hunt. I also really appreciate that it’s so good for the environment. You’ll never get something cheaper than from a thrift shop. Plus I just believe that adding old items really adds soul to a room! I can imagine how loved they were and it’s fun to give them a second chance!
My Favorite Thrift Shops in Logan, Utah
Here’s my favorite thrift shops in Logan. It goes from my most favorite to my least. Logan is an amazing city for thrifting, partly because it’s an older town with older houses and partly because there’s some older residents. That all means amazing things are donated or available for purchase at an antique shop!
1. Cache Valley Antiques-
81 Main Street. This is an antique mall with tons of booths. The prices are fair and it’s really fun to walk around and see what you can find! The owners are really sweet and helpful. This is may favorite place to browse and get inspired and find unique items. My favorite thing I got here is my vintage bird cage
2. Country Village Antique Mall-
760 West 200 North. Again, I love this place because it’s huge and there’s a lot of booths. The prices are sometimes good and sometime high, just depends on the booth. There’s a big variety in what you can find so that’s fun to see what each booth owner curated. My favorite thing I found here is my living room fireplace.
3. Vintage Treasures-
37 Main Street. If I have time after I shop Cache Valley Antiques, I walk down the street to this shop. It’s smaller, but there’s still some great items. I love feeling like I can get lost in a space (and take Instagram stories for Thrift Store Thursday without looking like a crazy person) so I wish this shop was bigger. But the prices are fair and it’s a great little vintage spot.
4. Deseret Industries-
175 West 1400 North. When I need a good deal, this is where I go. I’ve found amazing deals on furniture and most of my state plate collection is from here! The prices are so good! The selection is great! And they keep the store really organized for a thrift store. My favorite thing I got here is my bar cart or probably my dollhouse.
5. Habitat for Humanity-
232 South Main Street. This is where I got to donate all of the home building supplies I no longer need. This is also where I go when I need a vintage door. There’s sometimes furniture here, but maybe 2-3 items at a time. It’s best for building supplies and has some great older items since the houses in Logan are generally older. My she shed door door was my best find here.
6. Victorian Rose Boutique-
145 North 100 East. This is a cute little shop. There’s a few small rooms and lots of really good treasures! I found some cute vintage Christmas ornaments here that I love! I’ve only been here a few times, but it’s in a really charming section of town and I’ll definitely be back!
7. Becky’s Bookshelf-
29 West 100 North. This is a book store that sells used books only. Some of the prices are better than the thrift store! There’s a section in the front for kids books and they have toys for kids to play with while you browse. If you want a small town book experience, I definitely suggest popping in here. It’s very quaint and charming. Some of my books on my rainbow shelf are from here!
8. Hidden Treasure-
692 North 600 West. Hidden Treasure is a very, very fun antique store to browse. There’s a large building with a bunch of unique antiques. Plus there’s two back buildings with no light but super cool old furniture and weird finds. BUT it is priced the very highest of all these spots. The owner is very smart when it comes to antiques. Pretty much, he knows what he has and charges what they’re worth. So if you want a fun place to browse or to find something special and you have a healthy budget, go here.
9. Somebody’s Attic-
39 West 100 North- Here’s why this is my least favorite thrift shop in town- it feels a little sketchy when you go in. I’ve always walked in and felt like “I don’t belong here, I should leave.” It’s in a convenient location- right by Logan’s farmer’s market so I’d like to pop in, but whenever I do, there’s not much to see and it feels unwelcoming. I’ve tried going in 3 times because I want to like it, but just haven’t ever found anything. It’s mostly clothes, but some home decor. I know the proceeds go to a good cause so maybe I’ll try again and hopefully find something special!
Ready for something fun?! My sister Holly made me the cutest thrift shop map to show all of these!!! Isn’t this the best?! The numbers show where each shop is on the map so you could even plan an epic thrifting tour across town.
Air BNB update
I thought I’d share a quick Air BNB update! In the beginning of January, my family moved to Florida. It was 100% the plan was to rent the house on Air BNB- it was listed and we received some spring time bookings (yay!)! But then our friend needed a place to stay for a few months and so we let him stay at our house.
Moving was crazy busy so I just pulled the listing (it didn’t cancel any of the bookings), but I was terrible at keeping everyone up to date. I’m so sorry about that! Moving across the country, getting a house ready to be a short term rental, and trying to settle in are not for the faint of heart. I was overwhelmed to say the least.
Our friend now has a new place, so we are back, full steam ahead with renting the house on Air BNB! We’ve gotten even more bookings and expect our first guests in March! So exciting! I have an amazing property manager and a cleaner.
The home will be deep cleaned in the next day or two. There’s still one or two tiny things I need to buy have it ready for guests- like buy a blow dryer- somehow I almost forgot that very important detail! But we’ll be all ready shortly! Here’s the listing in case you’re interested in visiting!
If you were to ask me what I’d consider the perfect weekend in Logan, I’d definitely start with a delicious breakfast here followed by thrifting at my favorite spots! Make sure to drive (or better, ride bikes) up Center Street to see all of the beautiful historic homes! There’s the cutest movie theater in town that plays old films and it is a preserved gem.
I’d also suggest stopping in to BlueBird Candy Co for some handmade chocolates in the most charming shop! They’ve been in business since 1914! Can you tell I love old things?! 😂
Let me know if you have any questions about these thrift shops or the Air BNB! Also, I’ve been thinking about giving away a weekend stay at my Logan house. Is that something you’d be interested in? If so, please let me know in the comments below and I’ll do a giveaway!
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