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IKEA Edmonton in London is a large warehouse-sized store which is a great place to pick up inexpensive furniture and accessories for your home.
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Pretty easy to get to for us, about 20 minutes by car from East Finchley with no difficult spots to navigate. This was the second trip in a week made by my other half, the first was by public transport (a mixture of buses and train) which is apparently to be avoided.
I'm a Midlands native so normally IKEA Wednesbury is my stomping ground. I'm not sure if it is a good or bad thing but I was...more
Does anyone in the country have a household that is devoid of IKEA items. Whether you have the furniture or just some of those cheap as chips kitchen utensils it seems we all go here for home essentials as soon as we get our own place.
Unfortunately, the quality isn't great and although it does the job for a while. Eventually you will need to replace that sofa/bed/desk with something of...more
Hmmm...I am very late to the IKEA party (this was my first visit to 'Skandi-chic' land)
I'm not keen for the following reasons:
- There are just sooo many people! We came just after it opened to avoid the crowds, but it was still a bit manic. Eep.
- Public transport to get here (and then home) was a bit of a nightmare. We ended up walking most of the way carrying our purchases, so at least I...more
Retail parks are interesting things, you trade plush presentation and comfort for price. Ikea in North London have taken this to a whole new level .., without the price change. In contrast to the Wembley branch this is a cramped facsimile that makes no pretence about being just a big warehouse.
The place feels like a crowded warehouse even when empty. It is the rabbit warren of hell, it is...more
If you're headed for Ikea, you know what you're in for. 'Skandi-chic' accessories, (as coined by Thomas A), long lines, absent staff and a maze that somehow seems to always lead to meatballs. Oh, and 7+ hours of your life wasted.
But here's the super secret for success: Hire a Zipcar at 9:30am, get there by 10am, plow through the maze like a rat on adrenaline pills, skip the meatballs (sad...more