Klaff’s Closes — Another Sandy Victim

Klaff’s is closing its Westport lighting store.

A salesman said the long-time Westport shop by the Taylor Place parking lot– next to the Saugatuck River, opposite Parker-Harding Plaza — was a victim of Hurricane Sandy.


Though the showroom was not hurt, the late October storm flooded the stockroom and storage area below. Klaff’s was shut for 2 weeks. According to the salesman, “we’re just not doing the business we used to.”

Klaff’s will maintain its “mother store” in South Norwalk, and its locations in Danbury and Scarsdale.

A sale is going on now in Westport. Klaff’s plans to close by the end of the month.

7 responses to “Klaff’s Closes — Another Sandy Victim

  1. readermaniac

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  2. Hope the sale is a good one! I need a new chandelier for my dining room!

  3. Edison Thomas

    will the last one out please turn off the lights

  4. Klaff’s has a store in Westport??? It’s so inconspicuous.

  5. Anonymous, 1

    That is too bad. It’s always been nice to see local family owned stores in Westport. Klaff’s staff and inventory is held in very high regard by high end decorators and contractors. Of course their SONO location has everything.

  6. Not every closing is bad...

    Klaffs in Westport was never a bastion of superior customer service. They just weren’t nice.

    • I’m sorry to hear that!
      Please contact me for a gift certificate to Klaff’s. We want all our customers to be happy!!