On the window, you got the top and bottom of the window right. But the horizontal divider for the four-panes is off. It should "point" to the vanishing point. All horizontal and vertical lines should go through the vanishing point if extended.
The bottom of the door is off. It's too low. The bottom of the door should be an extension of a line from the vanishing point, through the lower left corner of the back wall.
The cabinet (or whatever that is on the lower right) should extend further toward the back. The bottom line and the line against the wall should extend until they hit the back wall. So it will partially block the back wall from view.
it's really good! Your ability to draw perspective is good. Some things need a little work - the window and the door, I think, seem a little out-of-perspective. Perspective is one of the most important things in art, though. One of my favourite paintings is known for its masterful use of perspective - I would link it but I'm too low level! - 'Cimabue's madonna carried in procession' by Frederic Leighton, because of the Madonna itself in the center; we see it at an almost totally sideways angle.
It is a good drawing - Your depth perception is great - I am assuming it was freehand so that is well done as well - I think art is like professional sport only very few make it to top level - Do I expect to see you in an art gallery, no (sorry) but you are as good as the rest of us mere mortals of the art world.