Now switching back to the room and finally making some textures. The book guided me to a website where I could download a variety of textures to use. On the top left, I have the map I made of the room. On the top right using Photoshop, I applied some basic textures on what will be the walls, ceiling and floor using the map as the guide.
Then I saved the textures as a JPG and imported it into Maya. Since the textures were placed directly on the map, Maya knows exactly where they should go and I end up with the room above. Now I can go back and make the textures look better.
Next I did the same thing for the exam table and drawer above and window below. I liked the worn leather I found for the table but the rusted metal wasn't the best. So I went away from the rust and that's why the drawers have more of a scratched metal look. You can see the results on the lower right.