its missing imperfections too… things look a whole lot more appealing when theres some variation, maybe in the form of some dirt, or slight variations in the grain on the doors. and of course, as elbriga said, try some “junk”
such as fridge magnets, unwashed dishes, a fruitbowl, a pan on the hob some dirt near the kickboards… in general add some clutter.
things always look more realistic when they’re imperfect.
Also there’s no kettle / microwave
even if this is a archvis for a kitchen design company (an image which will be shown to a client in order to help them choose a new kitchen), the kitchen will want to look slightly “lived in” so people can get an idea of the overall look, rather than a sterile “blueprint” of the layout… as a kitchen designer myself I found it useful to have a folder full of “junk” items which can be easily linked into whichever kitchen im working on , to improve workflow and speed up the design process.