IKEA is known for being a one-stop shop for all your home furnishing and meatballs needs, so shoppers will want to know where their nearest branch is.
The Swedish-based retailer currently has a total of 22 sites across the length and breadth of the country.
The company, which was founded in 1943, sells everything from meatballs to desks, curtains and blinds to outdoor lighting.
Ikea is said to be looking to move away from its big warehouse stores and into smaller premises in the coming years.
Its Tottenham location closed its doors in August last year as the retailer looked to overhaul its London stores.
The retailer opened a smaller store in Hammersmith in February and has plans to open an Oxford Street store, on the former site of Topshop’s flagship store in autumn 2023.
There are other stores in or near London, including Greenwich, Wembley, Croydon and Lakeside.
Other sites across the country include Nottingham, Belfast and Glasgow too.
Where are the Ikea shops near me?
A quick way of figuring out if you have an Ikea store near you is by using the retailer’s locator tool on its website.
You just have to enter the town or city where you live, or your postcode and it will draw up the nearest site.
The same page has a useful map showing you where all of the 22 current stores are located too.
Below we reveal the full list of Ikea stores in the UK:
- Birmingham (Wednesbury)
- Aberdeen – Order and collection point
- Milton Keynes
Ikea shopping tips
It would be hard not to find a bargain at Ikea, but it’s not the only budget retailer out there.
That’s why it’s always worth having a shop around before you commit to a purchase.
And if your favourite part about visiting the store is the restaurant – you can get the Swedish retailer’s famous meatballs for a fraction of the price elsewhere.
Ikea doesn’t often host sales – but when it does, it goes big.
Most Ikea items are already listed at low prices so unlike other retailers, the store only runs a couple of sale events each year.
There’s usually one in the summer and another in the winter.
Before you splash out at the store, there is a way to equip yourself with some spends.
Ikea lets you trade back your unwanted furniture in exchange for gift cards and vouchers to use in-store – you can find more information on the chain’s website.
Meanwhile, we spoke to a shopping expert for three things to always buy at Ikea and the two to avoid.
Plus, we reveal the Ikea shops which are closing – check if one’s near you.
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