Prior to this project, I didn't know how to use a vanishing point. I knew that it was required for perspective drawing, but I didn't know exactly how to make lines utilize a vanishing point to give the illusion of depth. This made my art much better, not only in the sense that I could convey depth, but also in the sense that it gave my art a direction. When my goal was just to make a room with depth, it looked a lot more focused on that goal, which I believe is for the best.
If I were to do this project again, I would add more details. My room felt sad and uninhabited.
My advice to someone who has never drawn in perspective would be this: Draw light lines, have a good eraser, and never forget the vanishing point.
Rulers were my most helpful resource, because I could not have drawn straight lines without a straight edge, and I could not have conveyed depth without straight lines. Erasers were helpful too.