with Michael Lum


435 University Ave.
(between 4th Ave & Brant St)
San Diego, CA 92103
(619) 296-4046

Cathedral has been a fixture in Hillcrest for the past 15 years.  Ever since we moved to San Diego, Cathedral has become a “must take to” spot for all our out-of-town visitors. Amy has actually seen me twice in 2 days with a different set of friends! Owner Amy Capano always dreamt of starting her own retail business in the home accessories niche and now we know why. From Amy’s product knowledge and friendliness, to the selection and presentation of the merchandisecess of her all contribute to making  Cathedral a success.

You will appreciate the artistic merchandising as seen from the front window and throughout the store.

A great gift item, or treat for yourself, is a Voluspa candle from one of their unique collections.  A unique choice comes with three candles that burn together to create a unique and special scent.

My favorite is the Baltic Amber.
The scents are as unique as the packaging the candles come in.

In addition to the Voluspa candles there are gifts from Nest, Tocca, Locust and the candle collection from Aquiesse Portfolio Collection to name a few.

Gifts from Jonothan Adler’s collection of home products are also available 

and a colorful selection of Chilewich Placemats to choose from as well.

There are so many items to see and definitely smell. Being able to walk through the store, chat with Amy and smell the scents is truly the way to buy, but if you’re unable to do that, check out Cathedral’s website:

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