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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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I mean, it's an IKEA... you either love it or hate it, but this one is one of the better ones in the area to me as it seems a bit more refreshed in appearance than some of it's local cousins.
If you haven't been to an IKEA, it's an experience to say the least! Personally I love it and consider it a nice change of pace from your typical shopping outing for household goods... especially handy...more
I really have to give it to IKEA, after many years of coming to here, I still don't mind it. Yes its cheap put it together yourself furniture , but what I am describing is the IKEA experience. You can literally spend hours in this maze like store. I think most people have been to IKEA, its even been in the film 500 days of summer. Those who haven't, I would say give it a try as and join the...more
Believe it or not, I just discovered this Ikea today after 8 years in London! If you have a car, it's amazingly easy to get to from the Islington area.
The market hall / checkout area is on the 1st floor which is probably somewhat unusual compared to any of the Ikeas I've seen. The delivery charges are £25 within the area - which I think might be cheaper than the Croydon branch if you live...more
You know what, hate the haters of IKEA.
Yes, it's in the middle of nowhere. Yes, it's filled it shoddily made items. Yes, it's crowded and the people are jerks and the lines are long. But dammit, that's IKEA. That's what it's all about.
They set out to do one thing: give you sleek, cheap furniture that looks better than it actually is. And they do it. Time in and time out.
As I get older,...more
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