The reflection doesn't bother me at all, putting carbon footprint thoughts aside. Bravo for client who doesn't want to suck the life out of a photo by turning it into an some kind of illustration.
But, Chris paying more attention to the light made me appreciate what you did here. Very deft handling of the combination of warmth and and cool color balance. I have found trying to do any retouching with gradations like that, even on a bare wall, can be really tricky. Is all this on one file?
Getting back to the light, do you interior photographers ever use a light in a frame that is not turned on? Even when "daylight" dominates the photo? I can't imagine the photo working as with the light turned off. The warm tone balances nicely with the red on the chair seat. My first thought would be, if is a problem, take it out of the frame. I would be curious, Chirs, what discussions on this you had with stylists, or in your head, when you were setting up the photo.
Nice work, enjoyed looking at the rest of the set. Need to buy myself a new chair. Problem is, the rest of my workspace doesn't look like this. But that is a discussion for a different forum.