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Emser Tile Baja Porcelain

Emser Tile Baja Porcelain

Like the different kinds of environments available in Mexico’s Baja, there are also different kinds of moods and feelings presented under Emser Tile’s Baja porcelain collection. The Baja regions are absolutely a conundrum as all kinds of climates and geographically diverse area are packed under one small territory. The Baja collection has covered some of the names of the famous areas located at this region which are Tecate, Rosarito, Mexicali and Sonora as the titles of its porcelain tiles.

The diverse territory of Baja covers the peninsular ranges of the California cordillera and valleys between the mountain ranges are located within climate zones that are suitable for agriculture cultivation such as citrus fruits and grapes. Mmm that means vineyards and wines. Taking this as an inspiration, how about having a chateau like arrangement for your home with Emser Tile’s Baja Sonora. Sonora has some delectable stains of tan and gold which also comes in mosaics and mosaic blends. The entrance to your chateau could use some Sonora tiles with flowing balustrades and soft lights set in wrought iron fittings.

While the temperate winds from the Pacific Ocean and the cold California Current make the climate along the north western coast pleasant year-round, you can inspire yourself with the hot summer days of Tijuana and install Emser Tile’s Baja Rosarito, the sandy colored tile that will bring the beach right in. The Rosarito will be perfect to lay your retractable beach chairs on for a nice soak in the sun.

As a result of the state's location on the California current, rains from the north barely reach the peninsula, thus leaving southern areas drier where the Mediterranean landscape changes to a desert one. This desert exhibits diversity in succulent flora species that flourish in part due to the coastal fog. With this, you can now try the rancho look with Baja’s Mexicali or Tecate. A striking landscape with a tree like the Mexican Blue Palm or just your run of the mill cacti that cast twisting shadows on the smooth stucco at its back is what you can design. Use rusted steel in ascending heights to add drama to the look as well as the plants nested on bowl-like concrete planters for the ultimate rancho.