Grace Thomas Bakery Island

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    Grace Thomas Bakery Island

    Posted on Mar 5 2015 – 7:29am
    by Rudy



    Grace Thomas Bakery Collection

    Grace Thomas Bakery Island

    I am getting really excited guys!  My bakery is coming together!  It’s been a little bit longer of a process than I thought it would be, but it’s still coming together!  I’ve been working on two pieces recently.  The sink/over combo and the Grace Thomas Bakery Island.  I went through a little bit of a trial an error, but it was worth it!  One thing I should mention, I opted out of the drawer on this piece.  That is the only thing missing from the plans.  You can of course add a drawer if you want, I just wanted to leave it without.

    Grace Thomas Bakery Island

    Shopping list:

    1 – 1/8’’ Plexiglass sheet 12” x 12”

    1 – 3/4’’ @ 13’’ x 5’’

    1 – 1/2’’ @ 2’ x 4’

    1 – 3/8’’ @ 21’’ x 16’’



    1 – 1/4’’ @12’’ x 7’’

    1 – 3/8’’ wooden dowels @ 12’’

    Wood Glue

    1 – 5/8’’ Nails for 18 Gauge Nailer

    4 – Small screws

    Cut List:

    1 – 3/4’’ @ 12 3/4’’ x 5’’ – Bottom

    2 – 1/2’’ @ 7’’ x 3 3/4’’ – Shelf Dividers

    1 – 3/8’’ @ 6’’ x 4 7/8’’ – Main Shelf

    2 – 1/4’’ @ 5 1/4 x 2 5/8’’ – Back of Shelfs

    2 – 1/2’’ @ 3 7/8’’ x 2 15/16’’ – Top Shelfs

    2 – 3/8’’ @ 3 3/16’’ x 2 5/8’’ – Middle Shelfs

    1 – 1/2’’ @ 7 1/2’’ x 4 7/8’’ – Top

    4 – 3/8’’ dowels @ 2 1/2’’

    1 – 1/8’’ Plexiglass @ 6 3/4’’ x 4 1/4’’

    Tools:

    18 Gauge Nailer

    Tape Measure

    Miter Saw

    Table Saw

    Hearing Protection

    Safety Glasses

    Pencil

    Sanding Block

    Level

    Jig Saw or Scroll Saw

     

    Step 1:

    This is the bottom of the island.  Follow the diagram to make yours.

    Grace Thomas Bakery Island

     

    Step 2:

    Now attach your shelf dividers by glueing and nailing from the bottom.

    Grace Thomas Bakery Island

    Grace Thomas Bakery Island

    Step 3:

    Follow the diagram in making your main shelf.  Then glue and nail the main shelf into place.

    Grace Thomas Bakery Island

    Grace Thomas Bakery Island

    Step 4:

    Attach the back of the shelfs by glueing and nailing each board into place.

    Grace Thomas Bakery Island

    Step 5:

    Follow the diagram to make your top shelfs and then glue and nail into place.

    Grace Thomas Bakery Island

    Step 6:

    Follow the diagram in making your middle shelf and then glue and nail into place.

    Grace Thomas Bakery Island

    Step 7:

    Follow the diagram to make the top of the island.

    Grace Thomas Bakery Island

    Step 8:

    Follow the diagram for placing the 4 legs on the top of the island. Make sure you mark these spots on both sides of the top.

    Grace Thomas Bakery Island

    Step 9:

    Place the plexiglass on top of the legs and center it.  When centered, mark a spot on the plexiglass where the middle of the leg is.  Now drill a whole a little bit bigger than the screws you are using to hold the plexiglass into place.

    Grace Thomas Bakery Island

     

    Grace Thomas Bakery Island

     

    Now you have built your very own Grace Thomas Bakery Island.

     

    Links to all of Grace’s Bakery Plans
    Grace Thomas Bakery Island was last modified: March 21st, 2017 by Rudy


    20 Comments so far. Feel free to join this conversation.

    1. Anna
      December 6, 2015 at 5:01 pm –

      Thank you Rudy for the plans. This made the job so easy for him.

    2. Anna
      December 6, 2015 at 5:00 pm –

      My husband used your plans and built the bakery and display shelf. It is over the top beautiful. We are in the process of painting and priming it. We are using sherwinwilliams paint and matched the colors to Graces pastry cart accessories. Perfect match for the red and aqua colors. Still planning how to approach the pink and white floor. My husband put a removable ceiling and battery powered light i the ceiling. We purchased my generation kitchen refrigrrator, sink, and stove that is red and looks fabulous inside the bakery. This came with all the accessories and food etc.

    3. Jimmy
      August 22, 2015 at 9:45 pm –

      I wish you could sell the stuff u make

      • Rudy
        August 23, 2015 at 9:33 am –

        Do you need help or pointers for anything? I’d be happy to help you out any way I can with giving tips and such.

    4. Jane
      April 12, 2015 at 7:16 pm –

      Do you have the dimentions for Graces Cafe?…

      The picture you have here on the top of the page?

      They would be much appreciated.

      • Rudy
        April 21, 2015 at 8:33 am –

        If you type in Bakery in the search box, the instructions for the bakery will pop up! It has all the dimensions you need too!

    5. Rebecca
      March 17, 2015 at 6:08 am –

      I made something like this out of cardboard. It is more sturdy than I thought!

      • Rudy
        March 17, 2015 at 8:13 am –

        So the last few days I have made several pieces from cardboard, and I have been surprised too! I still prefer something like wood or MDF for long term use, but fun fast little crafts can be cardboard!

    6. Ag
      March 12, 2015 at 2:33 pm –

      How tall are the main shelf dividers?

    7. Sarah
      March 6, 2015 at 10:35 am –

      When you are finished, please post a picture of it!

    8. Ysenia
      March 5, 2015 at 6:11 pm –

      Thank you! I can’t wait to make this, the dimensions are very helpful.

      • Rudy
        March 6, 2015 at 8:19 am –

        I can’t wait to see how many people make it and share!

    9. Awk0_cupkake
      March 5, 2015 at 7:44 am –

      If we wanted to add the drawer, how would we?

    10. Awk0_cupkake
      March 5, 2015 at 7:36 am –

      Thank you so much! You are amazing!

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