Jimmy, this is a tough one. The natural variations in color of wood in a single tree can be tough to blend together. The best suggestion I can make is to experiment with some scrap from your project. The deep dark reddish color is most likely a build up of several different products; perhaps some gel stain, a glaze, some type of top coat to seal and protect. I would start with a very light coat of thinned shelac or sanding sealer which is to be wiped off right away, followed by cherry gel stain. It might take two coats to achieve a deep cherry tint. Next comes the glaze which will look dark brown in color. You will have to spread it on and then rubbing with the grain remove part of it. You are trying to achieve a color match close to the bedroom set. Your top coat could be clear or yellow tinted so be careful on your choice. I would contact an expert in your area or at one of the companies web sites. Without seeing the color not even they can guarantee a perfect match. As a starting point visit www.minwax.com or the manufacturer of your choice.