- Opening Times
Scandinavian design for the home. On completion, the Edmonton store will be the largest store in the UK at over 30,000m2 and will employ over 600 staff. The store is constructed over 3 storeys and we have also considered the environment in the design, including a Biomass generator that uses wood waste to heat the store. Water and rainwater harvesting will help towards the flushing of the toilets.
This chain of homeware superstores supplies a huge range of incredibly cheap, flat-pack furniture and bargain accessories in modern designs. Over the last decade IKEA have come to dominate the furniture and homeware market in the UK and Europe. Now with over 200 shops in 33 countries the expansion doesn't seem to be slowing down.
Their sleek Scandinavian designs and rock bottom prices have been so popular that it is sometimes tricky to find a household that doesn't own one of their uplighters. Once you've finished shopping you have the chance to eat some Nordic cuisine or a hot dog. A rather nice touch but slightly bizarre. You'll need to refuel though; the crowds that throng through an IKEA on a busy day are the stuff of nightmare.
There will be a free shuttle service to Tottenham Hale Underground making the store easily accessible from Central London as well as the surrounding areas of North London. Directions to the store are as follows: M25 junction 27 onto M11 onto the North Circular Road A406. Follow signs for 'Ravenside Retail Park'. IKEA Edmonton lies just beyond it on Glover Drive.
M25 junction 25 onto A 10 onto the North Circular Road A406 Eastbound taking the slip road just before the Gas Works. Follow Montagu Road into Conduit Lane and then left onto Meridian Way. IKEA Edmonton is on the left on Glover Drive.
Further articles featuring IKEA on LondonTown.com
Brighten up your January with the help of these fantastic London events. From Cirque du Soleil and the English National Ballet to live shows...
Selena Gomez and Rod Stewart rock The O2 and Dreamgirls, the Tony award-winning musical, comes to London in November when the city's parks put...
London has more than 300 museums, including some of the most famous in the world such as the British Museum and Natural History Museum. But...
London is a city with 33 small 'cities' within it, each has their own governments, schools, centres, suburbs, and sense of identity. Find out more...
Find out the best London 2017 events with our comprehensive guide to the top entertainment in the city throughout the year. From January through to December, 2017 is packed with unmissable events - so read on to get the best out of London town.
London > Shopping > Specialists
Finsbury Park North-West Gate, Junction of Upper Tollington Park and Endymion Road, N4 | 3.4 miles from IKEA
Offering an urban forest on eight farm-style sites around London, the Christmas Forest is London's largest independent "treetailer" ensuring that Londoners can enjoy their tree-browsing experience ... More
London > Shopping > Food and Drink Shops
32-40 Stoke Newington Church Street, N16 | 3.5 miles from IKEA
Whole Foods Market specialises in organically grown and good-for-you foods with an emphasis on foods that are free of artificial preservatives, colours, flavours, sweeteners and hydrogenated ... More
Entertainment near IKEA
London > Leisure >
Lee Valley Leisure Complex, 61 Meridian Way,¬†Edmonton, N9 | 32 minutes from IKEA
Officially opened in 2007 by Tessa Jowell, Minister for the Olympics, the Lee Valley Athletics Centre is the largest indoor and outdoor athletics facility serving London ... More
London > Business > Venue Hire
14 Dagmar Passage off Cross Street, Islington, Islington, London N1 | 5.4 miles from IKEA
A teeny, tiny and wonderful puppet theatre located in a hidden side road backing onto a green church yard ideal for spontaneous picnics with goodies from ... More