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Edgbaston store


Welcome to Edgbaston

Our first store in the Midlands is in Edgbaston, a leafy suburb of Birmingham. Part of Edgbaston Village, a thriving leisure and lifestyle destination, the OKA store was previously two properties that have been merged into one, split over three floors with a large open plan ground floor and a terrace on the first floor. Our inspirational seasonal room sets are in two apartment styled displays and you can see our outdoor furniture on the terrace all year round. Stretching at 8,000 sq ft, the store has plenty of room and natural light, perfect for showcasing our collection of furniture and accessories. You are guaranteed a wonderful shopping experience at OKA Edgbaston – services include free Click & Collect with friendly and helpful interior advisors on hand to assist. We’re open seven days a week, so do make sure you come in soon to explore the store and meet the team.

Helena Harris
    Helena Harris, Store Manager & the Edgbaston Team


Useful Information

There is lift access to each of the three floors, making it easily accessible for wheelchairs and pushchairs.

There is limited free parking behind the store, accessible via Embassy Drive. OKA have a limited number of permits that we can lend to customers when they visit.

The nearest train station is Five Ways (a 10 minute walk).

Parking Map


About the Area

As the second biggest city in the UK, Birmingham has many cultural places for visitors to explore, including The Symphony Hall, the world class Museum and Art Gallery, the famous Edgbaston cricket ground – not to mention the highlight for every child, Cadbury World. If you fancy a bite to eat, there are five Michelin-starred restaurants in the city, including Simpsons in Edgbaston itself. To complete your time in this wonderful city, why not take a walk by the famous canals (interesting fact: there are more canals in Birmingham than in Venice) and if you’re visiting in late November or December, make sure to pop by the Frankfurt Christmas Market.

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