"Seeing Robin's studio and work will change the way you think about Alabama"
— Dr.Ed Bridges, Director Emeritus, Alabama Dept of Archives & History
"Master furniture maker, Robin Wade knows just how to showcase the beauty of natural wood.”
— One Kings Lane
"Sustainability is just the beginning with Robin Wade's lovingly made 'rustic modern' wood furnishings.
"To sum up Robin’s work in one word - Delicious!"
— Jennifer Thorington Hines EDT-THA Architecture AIA, etc.
"Natural edges and modern shapes let thick slabs of walnut, cherry, maple, and oak make bold statements."
— American Craft Council
“This special Alabama artist's incredible furniture - is like a huge slice of tree, finished smooth and given legs”.
— Georgine Clark Alabama State Council on the Arts 1994 - 2012
"All of our visitors will be able to see Robin's artistry & craftsmanship when they visit the Land and Voices galleries"
— Steve Murray, Director Museum of Alabama
“Wade salvages felled walnut trees from a surrounding (area), then seasons and kiln dries them for two to three years before even starting to make a piece of furniture.”
— Robb Report
"Robin takes downed trees and builds furniture that is at once rustic and modern, letting the trees speak for themselves".
— Garden and Gun
“Where some saw unsalvageable debris, Alabama artist Robin Wade saw beauty (after Williamson County tornado).
— The Tennessean