I have a small bedroom…11’ deep by 9.5’ wide. part of that space, about 4.5’ x 2.5’ was closed in for a closet. the house is from the 70’s, so I have that 6" deep lip that comes from the foundation. the measurements are to the walls above them, so my physical floor space is 10.5’ x 9’ while the airspace is the 11’ x 9.5’. the short wall with the closet has 3x L-bracket shelves that are about 5’ wide by 12" deep. the long wall has my desk that basically goes from the upper left corner (that notch is a lil cabinet for the water main access on the bottom half of the wall; as high as the foundation lip). the upper right corner is where the electric panel is, so nothing can go in that corner as that would block opening the door to it. my twin bed goes down the short wall to about a ft from the closet, just enough space to open it’s sliding door.
so my thoughts are…
if I leave the room as is, mount a speaker in the wall / celling corners on the closet side with them being tilted / canted so they focus where my head would be on my pillows. alternatively, if I take the desk out, I could center the head of my bed against the short wall and mount a speaker in the upper left and the lower left. I’m just not certain that orientation would maximize the use of what little space I have.
oh, not that it matters a whole lot, but that space between the door jamb and closet wall? that’s 28" long and where my dresser lives.
am I over thinking this?