It is a little off center. The lamps are not even to the walls/center point. Additionally the fireplace brick on the left side is more blown-out behind the lamp than on the right, because the lamps are not both the same distance from the wall. You could use photoshop to add luminance to the right to equal this out.
There is a little perspective distortion caused by the wide angle that is visible in the top third, from the top of the fireplace and up. The ceiling's distortion is only caught in this attention because of the fireplace. I suspect if the camera were positioned more to the left, it would line up with the fireplace center, then maybe the distortion could be balanced from left to right, and not appear all that out of place.
The rug is not centered.
I like the framing, and that the objects on the right do not equal the size on the left because of the chair, but I feel that it keeps dragging my eye -- I don't think it is because it is out of focus, but maybe because the natural light from the window is illuminating the armrest next to the edge of the right frame. I think if the light were blocked from the outside of that armrest, maybe my eyes wouldn't keep going there.