Everything depends on your room and speaker placement within it. There isn’t a one-size- fits-all answer, unfortunately...
Sounds like good advice, although a little too much, but thank you anyway.Are those subs you have pointed towards the wall? Or am I misunderstanding the picture?
You should still do bass traps in the corners; right now you have foam that will only attenuate high end. Is that a random pattern? What I would suggest is adjusting your mix position slightly (bring the speakers out from the wall a bit more, and make sure you have a nice listening triangle). Then sit in your mix position with a mirror. Anywhere (walls) that you can see at that same parallel should get treatment. Your ceiling is pretty low so if it isn’t too reflective, that shouldn’t be a problem. I would suggest “decoupling” your speakers from the table(s); something as simple as mouse pads might do the trick.
Sometimes we are at the mercy of our non-purpose-built rooms. You have to deal with doors and windows in the wrong places, and make do. If you want to get really accurate, there are room measurement devices to see which frequencies you need to address.