Heirloom Art & Co. Reviews - Fine Art And Collection From Utah And Mormon Literature

Heirloom Art & Co. Reviews - Fine Art And Collection From Utah And Mormon Literature

Heirloom Art & Co.


Heirloom Art Co. is a small group of people who love art and who love home. 

Heirloom Art Co. unique art, books, and gifts that are more than just useful: they advocate those that are intentional and carefully chosen to add beauty and peace to the spaces we inhabit, which hope to give their customers art, homewares, and ideas that will help them create spaces of inspiration in their own homes and in the homes of those they love.

The storytellers art features landscape paintings from local and national artists: Carl Schlicting-Carlsen, Anton Eduard Kieldrup, Otto Ackermann and E. Carol Barnhart, as well as the stories and inspirations behind each work of art. Each piece has a story to tell in-and-of itself, but add to that an explanation of the artists thoughts, and you have a broader, more complete picture of what the work is truly about.

Storytelling is at the heart of all successful artwork. As humans we are all attracted to good stories. In fine art we tell a visual story that conveys a message or invokes an emotion. At Heirloom Art Co., they offer a wide range of high-quality art, books, and gifts that add beauty, meaning, and peace to your home and the homes of those who you may love.

"Our philosophy is built around the stories of objects. An object or gift only becomes an heirloom when you tell it's story or give it one. As the stories pass down with the object you begin to connect love and inspiration to that object giving it value. We want people to fill their homes with meaningful and intentional items that inspire creativity, goodness, and most importantly, memorable interactions among the inhabitants. We hope people will gift with the same intent. We love giving gifts and we have tried to make it simple, delightful and extremely enjoyable."

From the business


An art gallery, gift store, and rare book shop offering meaningful items for the family and home. Beautifully appointed, fantastic collections specializing in early Utah and Mormon literature. There are lots of amazing pieces of art from local artists. We all love the aesthetic of this store. Really well curated with a mix of affordable small items and actual heirloom quality pieces. We all love things with history and meaning and Heirloom has everything we didn't know we needed.

This place is a mixture of classy, modern, and historic. It's so rich in history and heritage.

Truly this is the heart of Heirloom Art Co. The variety of products we carry may seem disconnected but what unites them all is the intent: meaningful gifts worth giving.

It is such a cool place to shop and just soak in the unique gifts. They are always looking to purchase unique items focused on Utah and Mormon pioneers.


Subscribe to their insider group and receive 10%, 30% off your order, plus many other delightful discounts throughout the year.
Free shipping on orders over $150.

Heirloom Art Co., artworks

Customer Services:

Ship to all 50 states; Washington, DC; U.S. P.O. Boxes; U.S. territories; and APO/FPO/DPO addresses. You can contact Heirloom Art Co. at info@heirloomartco.com with any questions about shipping or use the chat function on the website to send them a text, or hire a specific art mover.

The shipping methods offered during checkout may differ based on your shipping address and items selected. Shipping and handling rates are calculated based on the weight and dimensions of items selected. Shipping rates include postage price, plus cost of packaging materials. 5-10 business days for all orders.

Returns are accepted within 30 days of delivery on most items. If 30 days have gone by since your purchase, unfortunately, we can’t offer you a refund or exchange
To be eligible for a return, your item must be unused and undamaged, in the same condition that you received it. It must also be in the original packaging.
Several types of goods are exempt from being returned, including sale items, gift cards, and perishable items.


"I love stores with unique things that are cool, but not in the cool ironic kind of way, or cool in the way that looks idiotic on your wall 3 years later. Say, sort of like Cabin Fever at Trolley Square. Heirloom Art & Co reminds me of Cabin Fever except, even better, they don't have Cabin Fever's high prices.  

Heirloom is tucked away at The Shops at Riverwoods .... waaaaaay back past all the big restaurants and clothing stores, wedged between a rare bookstore and an antique/consignment shop. If I wasn't going to the store on purpose, I would've missed it. Boy, I'm glad I didn't!

To me, the best parts are the books and the "gifts". By "gifts" I mean things like reproductions of old-timey globes, maps, advertisements, and other things for the days of yore. I mean Pendleton-brand 100% wool "motor robes" -- essentially a throw blanket that can be rolled up, belted in, and it has a strap for carrying it wherever life or nature takes you.   I mean quilts with maps, countries, or constellations on them. I mean organic facial creams, bath salts and body oils from places like Mullein and Sparrow. I mean "toys for kids" that are really retro things that the parents will love as much (and probably more) than the kids will.  

As for their books, you'll find classics, history, nature, and kids books. They've even got "Goodnight Moon" in French.  Bonsoir Lune!

The back half of the store is their meat-and-potatoes sales wise, with fancy, classy art and a lot of religiousy and Mormony things. I imagine this stuff LDSers will love, but I'm only really interested in the stuff up front.

Oh, and I got three retro posters for $4 each!

I'll be coming back for more!"

"Beautifully appointed, fantastic collections specializing in early Utah and Mormon literature. The owner is very helpful and knowledgable, we chatted about shared interests for quite some time. He gave me a fair appraisal of some old Mormon hymnals I had acquired. I will definitely be paying this store a visit again next time I'm in town."


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