Jeffrey “Jeff” Salmon is a British entrepreneur who is involved in both the art dealing industry through his personal businesses as well as through his appearances on the Channel 4 program Four Rooms. According to the net worth post, his net worth is $19 million. Celebs Age Wiki provides an estimate of his net worth ranging from £812,000 to £4 million ($1 million to $5 million).
Jeff Salmon’s life and career
Jeff Salmon is a British businessman who has been involved in various industries throughout his career. One of his most notable ventures was Decoratum, a gallery space that dealt with vintage furniture and lighting. The gallery was originally located in a large warehouse in Wembley, but in 2005, it moved to a 5000-square-foot space in the basement of Alfie’s Antiques Market in London’s Marylebone District.
Decoratum was made up of 14 different spaces and room settings, and it often hosted exhibitions of contemporary designers. Salmon had a philosophy behind Decoratum, which was to only buy pieces that he loved enough to display in his own home, rather than just for potential profits.
Aside from Decoratum, Salmon has also been involved in other businesses. In 1988, he set up Cucumberman, a company that rented portable air conditioning units to offices. He also established Salmon Assessors, a business that negotiated insurance claims on behalf of clients, including domestic claims.
Salmon has also been involved in other ventures, such as Rollaramp (UK), which deals with modular wheelchair access systems, and Fishfinger, a creative media agency that he founded in 2013. In 2022, he created Rotai UK, a massage chair company.
In addition to his business ventures, Salmon is also a writer. He became a blogger for the Huffington Post in 2014, where he writes about his businesses and wider society. He is also a columnist for the UK business magazine Business Matters.