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Where do I begin? From a small town in Vermont, to a "small town" feeling city like the Burgh, to a small carriage house in a beautiful neighborhood, it's clearly the small things in life that make the biggest difference! So one day I began small and ModHaza was born:) No matter where I go or what I do I am always drawn to people, places, and things and the stories behind them. So finding, studying, and sharing anything vintage only made sense to me.

I'll start with my shop name and the story behind it. I come from Hungarian descent and for as long as I can remember I've been enthralled with that part of me. And Not just my culture and heritage, but everyone else's too. At one point, I seriously decided to take Hungarian lessons and attempt to speak. Besides it being the most challenging thing I've ever tried to learn it only fueled my love for my roots. "Haza" in Hungarian…

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  • Joined November 24, 2011

About

Where do I begin? From a small town in Vermont, to a "small town" feeling city like the Burgh, to a small carriage house in a beautiful neighborhood, it's clearly the small things in life that make the biggest difference! So one day I began small and ModHaza was born:) No matter where I go or what I do I am always drawn to people, places, and things and the stories behind them. So finding, studying, and sharing anything vintage only made sense to me.

I'll start with my shop name and the story behind it. I come from Hungarian descent and for as long as I can remember I've been enthralled with that part of me. And Not just my culture and heritage, but everyone else's too. At one point, I seriously decided to take Hungarian lessons and attempt to speak. Besides it being the most challenging thing I've ever tried to learn it only fueled my love for my roots. "Haza" in Hungarian means "home". I may even be using it in the wrong context, but there's nothing that tells a story more about a person than there "home". No matter where I have traveled, from a Masai mud hut in Kenya to a make-shift tent in the slums of India, being invited into someone's home always meant you were welcome.

Discovering Etsy, I realized quickly what an incredible way for people to virtually share their homes and stories through any creative medium and more simply let people have a fun shopping experience too. It's the small things...remember?

Okay let's wrap this up. I loved anything "Mod" and mixed it with my love for the "Haza" and boom, there you go:) A life filled with bold patterns, unique designs, strong colors, all in the comfort of your own......(I'll let you fill it in since I've used the word an absurd amount of times.)

The moral of this story is you are welcome into "ModHaza". Thanks for stopping by:)

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