Thanks. The reference image I was working from had no plug sockets or light switches, it was actually something I noticed about it. I went looking through magazines of similar architectural photography and almost none showed these things. I thought it was either that they were well hidden in photo-worthy architecture or these magazines were painting them out. Either way I thought my image would fit better with that kind of image without them. But I agree, it feels odd without them.
What do you think, is it better to go for realism and have sockets and a lived in feel to make the image FEEL more real, or to have the slightly too perfect look of the real architectural magazine style photography? I can see the argument both ways.