I think it all goes down to the place and the design style you have in front, and a bit of personal seasoning.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words
- so it would also depend on the planed use of the image and/or who we were shooting it for.
For example, for an editorial feature in a Country Homes & Interiors magazine, we shot this room like so...
.. however, for the Hotel's advertising use we shot it like so...
.. as we wanted to portray a different message to their viewers.
So by changing the light, etc, one can also change the words and/or what you are trying to say to the viewer - and as a result of that, one will often get a very different reaction too.
No rights or wrongs - but it's one of the many reasons why we ask clients about their planed Media use
beforehand - as there are more than 100 different ways to shoot any subject - which would include this...
.. which was the original recce image of this room, that was taken for preview use only