When I say change your point of view, I mean get down low.
Onto the floor.
Once you do this you are photographing from a different viewpoint.
And that will help you produce a different image. And a different image is more interesting.
And once you are in that new position, try your camera both ways, in landscape and portrait orientations.
On the new interior photographer page of my website I elaborate
"An extension to a school hall – check out the new flooring
This is not a construction product shot, but it could be. The flooring is made and installed by a company called Granwood. And does this flooring finish off this extension to a school hall well? Yes is of course the answer. I never expected the effect to be so striking, and unusually I have included another portrait format picture. This is another point – composition should be carefully considered to ensure that the composition shows the space the best it can. I often take pictures in both landscape and portrait orientations of the same composition – to do this I have my Canon 6D attached to an L bracket before being fixed to my Manfrotto tripod, allowing me to change my camera from landscape to portrait and back in seconds.
Combine this with the low angle and you have a striking interior picture."
And is this a striking picture?
I think so.
Rick McEvoy Photography