Alright since you asked but you’ll regret it because I’m a liberal arts major! Just kidding you probably are too! haha
It looks like a really great room. Well thought out and comfortable. The Airbnb photo definitely has the color washed out a bit compared to yours. I think its a stylistic difference. The photographer was trying to use the framed photo in the background as a dramatic center-piece with lots of black and white contrast. The photographer was following the 2/3rds rule because the bed is only 1/3rd of the way up the photo and the framed photo is 2/3rds of the way over to the right. The proportions and angle make that technically a nice photo and visually appealing but maybe not highlighting the most important parts of the room from a hospitality standpoint. The photographer was also using the light to the fullest extend possible as it was coming in at that particular moment.
Your photo was taken when the sun was higher in the sky and not touching the bed. Thats going to affect the color on any photograph. It definitely shows the details of the duvet and headboard more than the other photo though.
One thing I might point out though is that although your photograph geometrically shows more space in the room, the ‘pro’ photo makes the room feel larger. I think the reason primarily has to do with the 2/3rds rule and ratios. Shots with lots of carpet always make the room feel small while shots with lots of wall and ceiling make the room feel large. From the same angle you took your photo, if you’d get down on a knee, the room would look bigger. The window in the corner of the pro photo also gives the sense of something more and that the experience goes beyond whats in the photo. In your photo, I don’t get that feeling because I’m focused squarely on the bed which is a bed.
Your photo definitely conveys more relevant information correctly but the photographers artistic influence was present.
As a side note, you may want to ditch the bed skirt to create a sense of space. This room is kind of small, I’m guessing 10’x11’ and the shadows under the bed aren’t helping. It looks like this might not be a platform bed frame and there’s a box spring under this mattress. I ditched my box springs and went with Zinus steel and wood platform bed frames. The beds are lower but with more space underneath. It opens up the room a little bit because the bed becomes less of a thing taking up space. Visually the room looks more spacious with the same size bed.