Emser Tile, a Los Angeles, California-based supplier tile and natural stone, announces latest collections especially designed for outdoor living environments. Tile and stone are materials often used outdoors for their natural appeal and durability to withstand the forces of nature. Patios with stone pavers, stacked stone retaining walls, ceramic pathways, pool-rated tile, whether for fresh water or salt, are functional and beautiful additions to a backyard and home. 

Pave Your Way to an Outdoor Oasis

Incorporating pavers can create an instant transformation, creating space delineation whether for patios, pool surrounds or as an accent walkway through gardens. Emser has just launched Extero natural stone pavers which feature the beauty of limestone, the earthy look of travertine and the elegance of marble. 

Pavers Emser Tile.jpgExtero Presidio in limestone. Photo: Emser Tile. 

Blurring Lines Indoor and Out 

Since nature plays such an important role in wellbeing, outdoor areas continue to gain significance in the overall design of a space with the addition of pools, patios, outdoor kitchens and fireplaces. As one of the top design directions, outdoor projects emphasize the element of comfort, style, and safety, as more individuals look to entertain, exercise, and relax in the open air. “These skillfully designed open-air retreats provide an extension of interior living and working spaces, as we see a blurring of the lines between interior and exterior environments,” said Suzanne Zurfluh, director of design and trend, Emser Tile. 

Blurred Lines Emser Tile.jpgRhapsody glazed porcelain tile. Photo: Emser Tile. 


Create a Poolside Paradise

Emser Tile is pleased to share several new pool-rated collections, featuring the beauty of blues and greens. “Often associated with nature and sustainability; green reflects growth as well as an overall sense of newness," Zurfluh said. “While blue’s innate connection to the ocean and the sky embodies stability and a clearer vision of the future.” 

Pool Paradise Emser Tile.jpgStructure stone in blue stacked ledger. Photo: Emser Tile.