Overall, I like your clean and simple style.
One problem with the perspective is that we can see the top of the door, but we can't see the top of the bookcase or fridge. You need to decide where the viewer eye level is. It seems like it might be at about the level of the top of the curtains. If this is so, we need to be able to see at least a sliver of the top of the bookcase and fridge. If you want the viewer eye level to be lower, then you will have to change the door so that the top slopes up rather than down towards the viewer (similar to how you've handled the dividing wall).
Lighting: I actually like that you've kept it pretty simple, but I feel like some of the smaller objects may be missing their shadows. When I zoom up to 4x, then I can see that you have put some subtle shadows around the fry pans, for example, but they are mostly invisible at 1x, so you might have to emphasize them a little bit more. If the light in the room is coming from the two overhead ceiling fixtures, I would also consider emphasizing that by putting a small circular shadow around where the metal attachment meets the ceiling, to show that the light is coming from them and is directed down.
The view outside the window: this is tricky, because it appears to be twilight outside, and it's hard to contrast that light level with the artificial indoor lights. If you want to emphasize the sunset scene, you could lower the horizon slightly so that it's more immediately readable to the viewer and darken the buildings in contrast. But I could also see keeping this half-light look as well.
Overall, though, I think it looks great!