Sillas Exterior

Las sillas de exterior. ¿Qué tienes que saber?

Respecto a este tipo y modelos de sillas, es clave que sean resistente además de cómodas. A parte de soportar nuestro peso su estructura de acero pavonado al horno y un respaldo de polietileno de alta densidad y un acabado antideslizante o incluso toda ella de hecha de polipropileno con una capa de protección para el exterior. Todas ellas tienen materiales resistentes y que las hacen ligeras. Tantos estilos a escoger, así mismo diferentes materiales.

Aunque cuando oímos hablar de sillas de exterior, por lo general pensamos en la terraza de un bar, el jardín de un restaurante para hacer un banquete, piscinas, campings, etc. No lo pienses, ya que puedes llegar a crear ambientes tan bonitos en la terraza o patio de tu casa con todos los tipos de sillas para exterior que te ofrecemos en nuestro catálogo que incluso un conjunto de sillas de madera para exterior, quedará genial.

Escoge los colores que más te gusten y disfruta de tu patio o jardín con sillas de exterior Viada.

Modelos de sillas exterior

Todos los modelos que te mostramos a continuación, son para exterior y apilables entre ellas así mismo su mantenimiento solo son un paño de microfibra o poliseda para mantener su color. O un método más casero como el agua fría i jabón neutro.

Sillas plegables de resina con brazos

Sillas de Exterior resina con brazos

Este tipo de sillas para exterior, está fabricada en polipropileno recubierta con una capa para la protección y soportar el clima exterior. Es perfecta tanto interior como exterior. Sus medidas son: 87cm (alto) x 51cm (ancho). Posibilidad de obtenerla en blanco y rojo. Consulta disponibilidad de los colores.

Sillas plegables de resina sin brazos

Sillas para Exterior resina sin brazos

Tanto la estructura como el respaldo y asiento, están hechos de polipropileno y recubierto con una capa final para poder soportar el tiempo exterior. Perfecta para el banquete de tu boda ya que se puede cubrir perfectamente con nuestras fundas para sillas plegables. Medidas de 89cm (alto) x 45cm (ancho).

Sillas exterior Intensive

Sillas de exterior Intensive

Silla para exterior preparada para resistir la intemperie. El asiento y respaldo fabricados en polipropileno con un acabado antideslizante y además ergonómico. Cuenta con una estructura de acero con acabado epoxi. Al ser plegable, nos permite apilarla y ocupa muy poco espacio. Disponible en varios colores.

Sillas de exterior Mit

Sillas de exterior Mit

Tipo de silla perfecta para exterior. Es plegable, ergonómica y robustaEstructura fabricada en acero pavonado al horno en color negro. Asiento y respaldo fabricados en polietileno de alta densidad con un acabado antideslizante. Diseñada para aguantar para ser durable, resistente y para aguantar el exterior.

Sillas exterior Madera Pro

Sillas de exterior madera PRO

Modelo de silla plegable. Toda su estructura esta fabricada de una madera tropical llamada Dipterocarpus Alatus. Es la más resistente para aguantar el clima exterior. Disponible en dos colores. Con su método plegable, se pueden apilar encima de otras y ocupar muy poco espacio. Lo mejor, es que puedes personalizarla con tu identificador.

Siemens – Oceans of Opportunity

Siemens – Oceans of Opportunity – Powering the planet with the power of nature — that’s the ambitious mission Siemens Wind Power has been committed to for more than 30 years.

Vitamin D Deficiency

So I got my lab test back from my annual checkup with my doctor, and I thought everything turned out okay…except it wasn’t.  My Vitamin D level was below the specified range (30-100), so naturally I Googled everything there is to know about Vitamin D.

How to Get More Vitamin D


  1. Go outside between the hours of 10am-2pm.  This is the cheapest (it’s FREE) and easiest way of taking in extra Vitamin D.  If you’re working indoors with no exposed windows (like me), take a break outside or walk during your lunch hour.  Asians are deathly afraid of the sun, but like plants we need sunlight to keep us healthy.  However, you need to take things in moderation and only stay out in the sun long enough to have your skin turn the lightest shade of pink. This may only be a few minutes for those who have very pale skin.  You can get 30% of your Vitamin D from just being outside.  Additionally, Vitamin D can help prevent cancer (see this article).  It is very difficult to get enough vitamin D from food sources alone, as very few foods naturally contain vitamin D, and those that do will not contain enough to optimize your levels.
  2. Take Vitamin D supplements.  The Food and Nutrition Board recommends the daily intake of 600 IU for children and adults up to 70 years old, and 800 IU if you’re older.  There are different forms of Vitamin D you can take:
      • Vitamin D3 (cholecalciferol) is the type of vitamin D the body naturally produces in the skin in response to sun exposure.  Cholecalciferol is 87% more potent in raising and maintaining vitamin D concentrations and produces 2- to 3-fold greater storage than does D2.  However, Vitamin D3 supplements are not vegetarian and are not likely to be derived from American products. If an individual has ethical concerns over D3, D2 can be an effective replacement.
      • Vitamin D2 (ergocalciferol) comes from fungi and plants grown through UV lights.  Good vegan substitution for your Vitamin D supplement needs.  Some studies showed that ergocalciferol is comparable to cholecalciferol.
  3. Eat foods high in Vitamin D.  Vitamin D is oil soluble, which means you need fat to dissolve it.  You also still need to take 600 IU of Vitamin D.
      • Cod Liver Oil – not vegan (duh), but it’s a popular food product that is high in Vitamin A and D.  It also has 1000 IU per 100g serving.
      • Fortified Cereal – vegan, but not always gluten-free.  Check the labels to make sure it doesn’t contain any processed sugar and hydrogenated oil.  Cereals can provide over 3000 IU per 100g serving (2 cups).
      • Fish like herring, salmon, mackerel, tuna, and your basic sushi meal.  Raw fish is better than cooked fish, and canned fish in oil is better than canned fish in water.  This is a great way for pescaterian to get their Vitamin D, but not so much for vegans/vegetarians.  IUs depend on the type of fish, but herring has the most at over 1500 IU per 100g serving.
      • Other seafood like oysters and caviar.  These provide 1/3 to 1/2 of your daily IU recommendation, with raw oysters at 320 IU per 100g (269 at 6 oysters), and caviar at 230 IU per 100g.
      • Fortified tofu and soymilk.  Vegan and gluten-free.  Fortified Tofu can provide up to 157 IU per 100g serving (44 IU per ounce). Fortified Soy Milk can provide up to 49IU per 100g serving (119 IU per cup). Amounts of vitamin D vary widely between products, so be sure to check nutrition facts for vitamin D content.
      • Salami, Ham, Sausages can be taken in moderation since they are high in sodium and cholesterol.  They provide a little Vitamin D, averaging about 9% of your 600 IU per 100g serving.
      • Eggs, Cheese, Butter and Milk are good source of protein and calcium, but Vitamin D levels tend to be less than 100 IU per 100g serving.
      • Mushrooms, especially white button mushrooms provide 27 IU per 100g serving.

So the bottom line is that people are not taking enough Vitamin to protect their health.  While people can make vitamin D from the sun, getting too much sun increases the risk of skin cancer, so it’s not always the best way to get vitamin D.  By comparison, Vitamin D supplements of 800 to 1,000 IU per day are fairly inexpensive and safe and provide a reasonable approach to avoiding Vitamin D deficiency.

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The beauty cream with a cult following

Crème de la Mer

From Chanel lipstick to faithful Frizz-Ease, these beauty products have a cult following for a very good reason

Crème de la Mer Moisturising Cream, from £105
Of all the moisturisers, this is recommended by beauty and fashion editors time and time again. It’s thick and creamy and melts into your skin – especially nourishing in winter. Treat yourself from your late thirties onwards, although a 25-year-old Amber le Bon told us she uses it.

Dr Hauschka Rose Day Cream, £28
A-list fans of this cream including Jade Jagger, Cate Blanchett, Kate Moss and Georgia Jagger. Each tube contains the extract of more than 1,000 organic rose petals, as well as rose-oil and rosehip extracts, which soothe sensitive or dry skin. It is all natural and ‘biodynamic’, which, to the purist, is superior to organic.

Dr. Hauschka

Estée Lauder Advanced Night Repair, £44
This night-time skin repair serum has won a host of awards and is a staple for beauty editors. It is favoured for its brightening, line-smoothing, skin-plumping effect as well as its role in helping the skin repair itself from the daily onslaught of UV and pollution. Ingredients include antioxidants, to neutralise free-radical damage, and peptides, which help in the anti-ageing quest.

Estée Lauder

Liz Earle Cleanse & Polish, from £15.50
Introducing the cleanser that paved the way for all the host of balms we know today. Massage the on to skin (it also removes eye make-up) and remove with a warm, damp muslin cloth. Soothing, gently astringent, purifying essential oils of rosemary, camomile and eucalyptus give a clean, refreshing scent. Glycerine and beeswax mean that skin feels soft rather than taut afterwards.

Liz Earle

MAC Strobe Cream, £24.50
When this illuminating moisturiser first arrived nine years ago it caused a storm. It’s a perfectly balanced blend of vitamins and finely milled, light-reflective particles that give a soft, iridescent glow when smoothed over the skin. A flat, dull complexion is instantly illuminated. It’s 21-year-old skin in a bottle.


Shu Uemura Brightening Cleansing Oil, £30
Not long ago few of us would have dreamt of cleansing with oil, but it is incredibly effective at dislodging grime. It is also gentle, because it doesn’t strip the skin of its natural oils. When Shu Uemura’s cleansing oils arrived in Britain from Japan they picked up a small cult following, but soon more and more women tried them. They are great value, too – the huge bottle lasts months.

Shu Uemura

Sisley Express Flower Gel Mask, £80
One of the original, super-luxe skincare houses, still privately owned by the d’Ornano family, Sisley is the preserve of the St-Tropez set (expect to see bottles of Sisley sunscreen lacing the loungers on La Croisette). Make-up artists like to use this mask to perk up exhausted models’ skin before shows and shoots. If you can splash out on some even once in your lifetime, your skin is unlikely to regret it.


Armani Luminous Silk Foundation, £36.50
A make-up artist favourite and an essential in Linda Cantello’s kit, it has a sheer texture and a little shimmer in it, which makes skin look radiant. It’s especially useful if you’re somewhere north of 35.


Benefit Hoola, £23.50
Make-up artists and Benefit fans alike love this bronzing powder because it looks so natural. There isn’t a hint of orange, and shimmer is kept to an absolute minimum – too much twinkle can be ageing.


Bobbi Brown Long-Wear Gel Eyeliner in ‘Black Ink’, £25
This waxy, solid eyeliner is a different take on liquid liner or kohl. Pressed along the eye line with a small, flat, slanted brush, it is a woman’s best ally for creating a defined eyeliner flick. Bobbi Brown has made life easier for all of us (liquid liner is terrifically difficult) and inspired a handful of similar liners.

Bobbi Brown

By Terry Éclat de Teint, £36
Consider this a cross between concealer and highlighter from Terry de Gunzburg, the make-up guru responsible for creating Touche Eclat for Yves Saint Laurent. Use it under your eyes to brighten any darkness. In fact, you can use it anywhere on your face to make skin look fresher and more youthful.

By Terry

Chanel Rouge Coco Lipstick in ‘Mademoiselle’, £25
At some point in her life every woman should experiment with red lipstick – and own one by Chanel. The modern way to wear red lips is to pat the colour on with your finger to create a stain.


Lancôme Hypnôse Mascara, from £20.50
A Hypnôse mascara is sold every ten seconds across the globe. Now ten years old, Hypnôse broke new ground with a polymer formula, adapted from the world of hair products. It meant women could do naturally defined lashes with a single coat for day, and add more layers on top for extra volume at night without it caking or clumping. It’s a hottie on the red carpet.


NARS Blush in ‘Orgasm’, £23
When it first appeared in America in 1998 women jumped at the chance to try this soft, gold-flecked peachy-pink blush. Applied to the apple of the cheeks (the fleshy bit when you smile), it imparts a warm glow and seems to be universally flattering. It’s now also available in a cream blush stick, an illuminator and a lip-gloss.


John Frieda Frizz-Ease Hair Serum, £6.29
Nothing like this had been on the market before Frizz-Ease arrived in the early 1990s – it started a hair-styling revolution. For those in need of some curl control, it is a must-have. There are now different concentrations to suit varying hair thicknesses, so all forms of wave and curl are covered.

John Frieda

Philip Kingsley Elasticizer, from £16
For lacklustre hair that is feeling the effects of one too many half-heads of highlights, this award-winning mask is the answer. ‘It is hard to get back that elasticity with everyday conditioners and this just seems to work,’ says Ben Cooke, a celebrity hairdresser.

Philip Kingsley

Tweezerman Slant Tweezer £12
These slanted and fine-edged tweezers reach hairs others simply can’t get to, without them off as you pull them out. A classic make-up-bag essential.


Beautyblender Sponge £16
A sponge to dip in foundation and ‘bounce’ or ‘roll’ on to the skin, this gives amazingly even coverage. Be patient, though – it may initially take a little longer to apply make-up, but after a few tries you’ll wonder how you ever lived without it.


Guerlain Météorites Pearls, £40
There’s something utterly indulgent about this finishing powder. Yes, its effect is pretty, but the packaging and bonbon-like pearls will also lend a Madame de Pompadour feel to any dressing-table.


Laura Mercier Tinted Moisturiser, £34
Perfect for light coverage, and the secret behind many a dewy complexion, providing enough coverage to even the complexion, while allowing the skin beneath to show through. Apply an undercoat of the matching primer, and you’ll be fresh-faced all day.

Laura Mercier

SK-II Facial Treatment Mask, £86 for a box of ten
Before a party, apply this hydrating cotton mask, impregnated with the Japanese brand’s signature ingredient Pitera (a blend of vitamins, minerals and proteins) for 20 minutes. Your skin will look as plumped as if you’d had a professional facial.


Nivea Smooth Nourishing Hand Cream, £3.49
A classic that never fails to deliver, this is better than many more expensive brands we’ve tried, it really sinks in and lasts for ages without feeling greasy. Good for elbows, knees and dry cuticles, too.


No. 7 Protect & Perfect Advanced Serum, £23.95
Several members of the Stella team swear by this hugely popular anti-ageing product and say their wrinkles seem ‘less cavernous’ as a result. They look great, so we have no reason not to believe in the power of this highly concentrated retinol-based formula.


Philosophy Microdelivery Peel Kit, £59
We’re quite wary of using abrasive peels and scrubs unsupervised by a dermatologist, but this at-home kit gives quick results without the scary red-faced consequences. It’s a two-step scrub and gel that you leave on for a few minutes before washing off to reveal the softest, smoothest skin.


Embryolisse Lait Crème Concentré £22
This once-hard-to-find French pharmacy product has a cult following and is loved by make-up artists and better yet it’s recently arrived in Boots. A great translucent product that is perfect under foundation and hydrates even sensitive skin without causing irritation.


Bourjois Magic Nail Polish Remover £4.99
Fast and fabulous. You simply dip in your finger and twist to remove nail polish. No cotton wool required or ruining otherwise perfect nails when trying to remove the varnish on just one– a desk drawer essential.


Clinique Chubby Stick Cheek Color Balm, £19
Quick to apply, easy to blend and chubby as you like, this flattering blusher launched an army of make-up in crayon-form. A contouring and highlighting shade is also now available bringing us steps closer to the cheekbones of dreams.


Charlotte Tilbury Filmstar Bronze & Glow, £49
Make-up artist Tilbury’s own-name range has garnered quite the following and this is one of the best sellers. A double compact with a highlighting power and matte sculpting powder this is well worth the price tag.

Charlotte Tilbury

Jo Malone Vitamin E Body Treatment Scrub, £70
It’s not often a scrub gets us excited, but this makes exfoliating a joy. Salt and organic brown sugar crystals are combined with ingredients rich in Vitamin E to slough away dead skin cells and leave skin so hydrated you can skip moisturiser afterwards. It smells of marzipan too.

Jo Malone

Kérastase Nutritive Nutri-Thermique Masque, £24.25
With a loyal following amongst hair stylists, this deep conditioning mask gives life back to hair that’s dry, sensitized and in need of intense nourishment. If you’re regularly using any sort of heat-styling product, it’s a once-a-week hair must.


L’Oréal Paris Elnett Satin Hairspray, £6.60
A classic in every hair stylists’ kit. The preferred choice of hairspray backstage and behind the scenes on fashion and beauty shoots, a mist of Elnett holds styles and volume like no other, but brushes out easily so hair isn’t left stiff or powdery.


GHD Gold V Classic Hair Styler, £125
What did we do before GHDs hit bedrooms across the nation? It spawned the noughties hair trend for straightened locks, and in keeping with the current trend for more bohemian waves, a generation of women have also acquired the dexterity required to use these straighteners to curl hair too (the technique is similar to curling a ribbon with the edge of a pair of scissors).


St Tropez Self Tan Express Bronze Mousse, £33
A recent addition to the list of products every women should women, this fake tan develops into a light caramel after one hour, a toffee tone after two, and a deeper shade after three. It’s quick, bespoke and puts an end to the 8 hours wait it usually takes bronzers to develop.

St. Tropez

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Thanks to carefully selected components the aroma meets the expectations of elegant and determined women. The first chord of the composition – head note – appears immediately after opening the perfume bottle. This is a business card, felt most intensely in the initial phase. The head note was developed based on a refreshing scent of orange blossom. Applied in the morning it gives a feeling of lightness, perfect for the beginning of a new day.

After the morning note of lightness another aroma activates, which is the quintessence of the smell. A fresh, intense ginger extract, contained in Unicorno scented water, provides a pleasant refreshment. It will provide an extra dose of energy for the rest of the day.


A base note can be compared to the background in an image, posing a context and emphasizing the nature of the other elements. The aroma should be more intensive than those used in other fragrance tonnes. The finesse of Unicorno smell is evidenced by the fact that it managed to combine the lightness of orange with the intense scent of sandalwood. The result is a stylish combination of freshness and elegance.


Unicorno perfumed water is a fragrance which stays on the skin for up to 12 hours. The durability of the perfumes is provided by high-quality essential oils. The carefully composed Unicorno scent interacts with the modern design of the package, based on themes drawn from the Italian world of fashion. The bottle with its simple, harmonious shapes gives the product elegance and chic.