New here, but have been secretly lurking. Going for a Mexican feel kitchen without going to crazy and literal with colors. Have selected a patterned Mexican tile for bs area behind the cooktop. Most of the bs will be antique white hand made tile stacked staggered. Flooring is red maple natural finish and cabinets are sable cherry.
So, KD originally steered me away from any Cambria patterns with too much movement, because of the mexican tile. Originally I was going to incorporate colors from the patterned tile into the entire backsplash. I had selected Canterbury. Now that I have backed off the colors in most of the bs, I'm revisiting the decision and thinking of Bradshaw, because 1) I like the movement and 2) it is lighter and mimics the tone of the flooring, so we get more contrast and don't go too dark.
Photo is of the tile pattern, which will be framed with cornice molding behind the gas cooktop. Am I doing too much, or do you think the Bradshaw will work?