quality bathrooms come to life

Situated on Broadway, Bexleyheath, Bexleyheath Bathrooms boasts three floors of displays and has complete displays to suit all tastes. At 4,500 square feet, Bexleyheath Bathrooms, alongside the Thompson and Leigh Luxury Bathrooms Designer Showroom in Crayford, is one of the largest showrooms in North Kent and South East London. Focusing on brands renowned for innovation and keeping ahead of the times, you can browse all the latest bathroom trends and designs. In addition, the showroom itself is a fashion statement for what is available and upcoming styles.

Thompson & LEIGH

We are Thompson & Leigh – an independent plumbers merchant and bathroom showroom business based in Kent, with a rich history and extensive knowledge in the plumbing and bathroom industries. See a brief history…


We have dedicated areas for developers, and we know what works and what doesn’t. We can negotiate site-wide enhanced terms with suppliers on your behalf, specify the product or work with your design team to get the look you require.

Wall hung, rimless, floating vanities and large, open showers, if it’s on-trend, you’ll find it in our showroom. We speak to our suppliers daily, monitor all the trend sites like Houzz, and keep tabs on the industries leading talents, so you don’t have to.

Whether it’s a single bathroom renovation, a new house build or a small development, Thompson and Leigh’s Bexleyheath Bathrooms showroom can help!

Stacey Allen

Stacey Allen


Head of Design

Stacey Allen

The essence of Bathroom Design will always be about people and how they live. 

Megan Parsons

Megan parsons

Megan parsons

Sales Executive & Designer

Kamila S

Kamila Sokolowska

Kamila Sokolowska

Sales Executive & Designer

A Brief History

A History of Thompson & Leigh

Originally a plumber, Fredrick Edwin Thompson (grandfather to David and Ian) formed Thompson & Leigh in 1946 to supply plumbing & sanitaryware to the building trade. The original premises were at 272 Broadway, Bexleyheath. The company also started to make fireplaces in a small lock-up, expanding in 1947 to premises at Harrow Manorway, Abbey Wood and quickly scaling up to produce over 100 per week, primarily sold to local authorities and builders.

Douglas B. Thompson joined Thompson & Leigh in 1955 after serving in the RAF.

The plumbing supplies side of the business expanded and bought the premises next to 272 and soon after built a warehouse to accommodate the increasing stock level, which quickly filled and grew into additional units alongside. As a result, the company’s turnover soon exceeded £300,000.

Due to ill health during the mid-sixties, Fredrick E. Thompson decided to sell the company. J H Sankey acquired the plumbing side in 1966. Douglas B. Thompson then worked for Sankey and ran the South East Region for ten years, turning over £30 million per annum before joining the main Sankey board as operations director. J H Sankey (part-owned by the Coal Board) was sold in 1983/1984.

Douglas B. Thompson & Pamela Thompson decided to return to selling plumbing, heating & sanitaryware to the local trade and formed Thompson & Leigh as it is now. They opened a warehouse in Crayford close to the Black Prince interchange and just 5 minutes from the Dartford tunnel. They opened accounts with major suppliers like Armitage Shanks and Wavin Plastics (Osma). Two additional units were then added on to Thompson & Leigh in the same estate within 2-3 years.

Ian Thompson joined the company soon after the formation and David Thompson a few years later. Ian & David Thompson now run four Thompson & Leigh branches consisting of two trade counters and two 4000sq foot bathroom showrooms.