I'm back in the states! Up until last week, I have felt completely silly saying that phrase being that the only "out-of-states" travel I had done was to Spring break destinations (Shoutout to Mexico and the Bahamas!). But now that I have finally hopped over the pond, I am feeling a bit more international.
When people say that travel changes you- they are absolutely right. My trip to Prague was completely unreal, and I am back feeling more inspired than ever. Between the food, the culture, the architecture (INCREDIBLE), and just taking in the new and unfamiliar- I can't say enough good things about this lovely city. One of my favorite bits of inspiration that I took away, was the use of the color green- in both the interior and exterior of these incredible historical buildings.
Whether we categorize it as pistachio, mint, lime (ok now I want ice cream), or sage...this beautiful hue brought such an air of freshness wherever it was splashed! And who would associate the word "fresh" with a city that's was founded in the 7th century?!
It's not just the modern citizens who loved the color green- even the Prague Castle was outfitted with these vivid green furnaces for it's royalty back in the day! Subtle, right?
All in all, I want to thank Prague for lots of things- leaving me feeling inspired, leaving me feeling full of delicious carbs, and reminding me how much I love all shades of green. Sometimes in Florida, we can get lost in a sea of blue, but it is Prague-ably (sorry) a good idea to remember this historically chic & current color! Can't wait to incorporate it into a new design!