It's hard to say "better". Both styles have their good points, and can be used on maps where the other tiles match the style.
For each comparison pair of images, the objects on the left have a sharper-defined shadowing effect, most noticeable in the shelves on cabinets -- although the shadow angles in from the left side, and it would be nice to see the same set with shadows coming in on the right, as well.
For the makeup desk with vanity mirror, I like aspects of both graphics. The mirror standing taller than wide has a nice oval border, though for the surface of the mirror, I do like the right one a bit more. The surface of the desk looks good for both styles; the one on the left gives a nice, new appearance, but in usage, the surface on the right is what it would end up being, after some amount of use. For the stool, I do like the one on the right just a bit more than the left one; its legs and shadow on the right are more defined, pronounced, but the legs and shadow on the left stool are somewhat fuzzy.
That's all I've got to say for the moment; both styles have strengths and weaknesses, the differences being most noticeable on the lower-left comparison, but I'd use whatever fit the rest of an interior map.