In fact, no it's not going to be the finished thing since I got a comment on Polycount recently that told me that my lighting was bad. I'm currently redoing it and I'll post it here to get some feedback.
It's not really a problem of brightness, it's a problem of mood because my scene doesn't convey anything (and it's bad for someone who wants to be an environment artist). If you want to see, I made a comparison between my first (finished) lighting (top image) and the one I did this weekend (still WIP)(bottom image):[link]
I think there's already a huge difference in the mood. What I want now is to add a bit more of contrast and adding a few things and it'll probably be good to go.
Yeah, I think I knew about the mood. Usually a slightly darkened area with bright candle (bringing contrast) does bring out mood. The newer one looks holier- but I think the bloom is a bit too strong, like the bloom is getting in the way of your enviro art. If you just dimmed the whole thing including the glow maybe there will be contrast and a bit of mood. It does look better than the previous one though