Originally Posted by mafoofan
But, is it honest living?
You are being sarcastic but I will give you an answers, several answers, actually. What does your room "say" to people who walk into it?
Sherlock Holmes Approach: Japanese/Chinese cultural connection, hates pizza, not too fond of guests, very relaxed, easy-going person willing to live with chipped-up coffee table made of inauthentic Chinese marble.
Better Homes and Gardens Approach: Very nice room but needs little tags floating in the air detailing price and where to buy.
Ordinary Person Approach: Nice cat!
One problem with your room is that it is either too white or not white enough. The way it is now, I can guarantee you that the first thing everyone will notice is your money cat, especially as you have effectively created a display space for it by putting it under that lamp. I am not suggesting you "spice up" your room by adding a twenty-square-foot splash of abstract color. However, a couple of small items with some color would really balance out the room. Even putting actual flowers -- and please don't pick lilies -- in the vases on the table would be a big help. Even better would be a couple of things, like the money cat, that have some personal connection to you.
The other alternative would be to banish the money cat. But that is the only thing in the room that makes it look like actual people live there. It would be a shame to lose it as it is the most charming thing in the room. Without it, the room looks like the waiting room of a plastic surgeon's office in Beverly Hills.