If I use red nightstands in the master bedroom what color for guest

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I want to paint the master bedroom nightstands red but how do I determine what color to use for the guest room nightstands they are currently boring brown and match the other furniture?
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  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Sep 27, 2015
    The guest room is by itself why would you need to be concerned about choosing a color.
  • Jenna Jenna on Sep 27, 2015
    I love the idea of bright night stands for a pop of color! For the guest room, I'd pull out a color from the bedding or drapes and use that. Our master is mostly white with pops of color. I just did our night tables in navy and they look great against the white walls and bedding. The navy ties in with the colors in our art work.
  • Deborah Hamilton Deborah Hamilton on Sep 27, 2015
    Thanks, Jenna! My colors throughout the condo are khaki, white, black with pops of red & a pale celadon green. I'm now leaning toward using a version of that pale celadon for the guest room nightstands.
  • Jacalyn Jacalyn on Sep 27, 2015
    The celadon sounds pretty!
  • Bonnie Bonnie on Sep 27, 2015
    Deborah, don't stress so much over the colors, whatever you like is what will work! They are two separate rooms, so use red in the guest room too....change the shade up; instead of red, use burgundy. Or try navy blue. You could pick a color from the comforter on the bed or in the window curtains. If you have a favorite item in the room, (picture, figurine, ect.) pick a color from that to use.... Really, any color will work well with your base of B/W/K.....get some paint sample cards and bring them home to see what works... Have fun with it!
  • Kea Interiors Kea Interiors on Sep 27, 2015
    what other furniture will be in your guest bedroom?
  • Deborah Hamilton Deborah Hamilton on Sep 28, 2015
    Hi! It's all brown matching wood. I'm thinking I'll use a version of that celadon green for them and maybe skirt them. Thanks!
  • 118330 118330 on Sep 28, 2015
    As they are two different rooms, use the celadon. It sounds beautiful and would be a great starting point for a serene guest room!
  • Deborah Hamilton Deborah Hamilton on Sep 28, 2015
    Thank you, Cecliia!