Haha thanks both - I will pass on your compliments to my 3yo! 😉
Okay I've measured everything (though the graph is not to scale) and also found the original promotion pictures from the real estate agent which show both sides of the room. The room is 2.4m high.
We've ordered one 3 seater couch, one 2 seater couch and two swivel chairs. The last picture shows how I imagined the set-up (speakers in blue, furniture in green. SC = swivel chair). You can see where my daughter has her artistic talent from!
How would you both do that? Or do you still think it's better to mount the TV on the 3.32m long wall (in which case I could swap the position of the 3-seater with the TV but as mentioned worried I may then not have space for rear speakers).
Any thoughts welcome! Thanks again
Your room is certainly an odd shape, but you have options. I would say that if possible you might want to consider going for the 3.32m wall. The front 3 speakers should be around the TV as you have them now. The rear two should either be on stands behind your last seating location like you have now or on the ceiling. An installer might be best if you wish to have all the speaker wire hidden.
The one issue is, most likely your seating location opposite of the TV would most likely put you near the fireplace. I am unsure what you or the rest of your family would think of that.
The rear speaker locations on the image above might differ, depending on what you are going to do. I didn't put in the table as I didn't know where you'd want that.
Ideally, the rears should be on the ceiling and be in a position that they could cover most seating locations. Though that will be quite hard considering the odd shape of the room. Since you have a double cube system you could have one cube aiming towards the 2 seater and another aimed towards the 3 seater.
If you are going to have them on floor stands, then you would probably have one behind or next to each swivel chair aiming the same way. I would hide both of the rear speaker cables under the carpet going behind the 2 seater and then using some floor chord covers to hide the cables as they go to your stands.
I would also think about upgrading your receiver if you ever get the chance.
This is possible, but it all depends on what you like or dislike about how your room will look.
Let us know what you think 🙂