Caron’s ‘Timeless yet modern’ Shaker doors at SIBO 2022
September 27, 2022 | 8:41 pm CDT

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DRUMMONDVILLE, Quebec – Caron Industries has developed a new take on classic Shaker-style cabinet doors for a more contemporary look. 

“Timeless yet modern,” is how Caron describes its Shaker 3.0 Collection. The central door panel is less recessed, though it can also be thicker and stronger. The lines have also been softened to make finishing and maintenance easier.
 
See Caron’s Shaker collection and other cabinet door styles at booth #500 of Salon Industriel du Bois Ouvré (SIBO), Oct. 27-29 at the Centrexpo Cogeco. Learn more at caronindustries.com or phone 800-463-7021.

SIBO 2022 Registration

About Salon Industriel du Bois Ouvré (SIBO)
SIBO, historically the most important event for Quebec’s secondary wood products industry, provides an exclusive opportunity for manufacturers and distributors of woodworking machinery, tooling, software, cabinet hardware, lumber and board products, and much more to connect with manufacturers representing Quebec’s $8.2 billion wood products economy.

For exhibit space and sponsorship inquiries, contact Rob Roszell at [email protected] or Harry Urban at [email protected].

View SIBO 2022 exhibitor prospectus.

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