Cherry wood has a pink honey tone that darkens to a reddish mahogany. It can be mixed with light woods, such as beech, oak or pine. Another option is to combine it with white lacquered wood furniture. If you look at the image, you will see that in this room furniture is alternated in three different finishes without the mixture being strident. The trick? Justify the choice of finishes from the decorative point of view. The table that appears first is reddish, and the lamp on it forms a harmonious set. The coffee table is lacquered in white, in tune with the sofas. Finally, the console that appears at the bottom, in light wood, has a very similar finish to the frames of the frames that rest on it. Perhaps what is not convenient is to combine the furniture you already have with dark wood, such as wenge: when absorbing all the light, the room will appear narrow. In addition, they will capture visual attention and steal the prominence of cherry wood.