Don't know if keystone used hickory in your rig or what they called the finish. Perhaps the factory will share some wisdom with you on stain they used...but I doubt it. In our 2013 3800, it is hickory for the real wood parts and the is a brown tone with a very slight reddish hint to it in certain light. I made a pullout scanner drawer, which I tried to match the grain lines of the new wood face to the rest of the rear entertainment center. Then it was try several stains on small samples and spray finished so that I could see how close I was getting. And I learned that it took applying wood conditioner prior to staining so that the grain did not overly "color" the results of the stain being used...AND your table will be horizontal instead of all the vertical wood in the cabinets. This affects how the light reflects off the piece and your eye perceives the tones. Since you want to make a standalone piece, it won't be as important to exactly match the woodwork since different wood tones can compliment each other and work well in the unit. Get the grain patterns that you think will work well and go from there...probably red oak if your wood is anything like that used in my trailer. I think a table of hickory would be too wild of a grain pattern to look good. Hope this helps in some way. John
2012 F350 6.7 L dually, 2013 3800RE with 6 pt leveling, Sumitomo 17.5" load range h tires, Samsung 18 cu ft residential fridge, 8k Morryde I.S. with disc brakes. Full timing since 2012.