Big speaker in a small room. Took me a while to circle back to the Thiel CS3.7. I was worried it would be too big for this room, but it is not fatiguing. I just implemented Digital Room Correction using Convolution file(s) running on ROON. Jaw dropping improvement in sound. The DRC perfected the sound frequency curve for my speakers in my room. Just brilliant stuff.
Those 6 computer screen on my desks are connected to 1 computer. The computer is silent and I remotely connect to other machines located in my garage or the cloud to do my work. So the office computer is always silent because the CPU is never taxed. This computer is also my ROON client. My ROON server is in the next room over connected by direct Ethernet.
Getting rid of the side desk and the plants have made the sound much improved. I am sending room measurements to Accurate Sound of Canada to make some Convolution files for my room. Measurements were taken with the room looking like the last 2 photots.
I am almost of the opinion that you should put all the CD's and books in the closet and try listening with the doors reattached. Maybe put the Just a thought...
Not to sound like a broken record (if you have a kid, you probably don't remember), but the VLR's would really be a good fit in your room. They don't look like much, but they do sound great. The Treo's will work, too, considering their smallish size- and having them close to the walls should improve bass.
The VLR's are really good for the size, and price, but the Treo's are really amazing (and I owned the 3a sigs before them).
I really must post some pics of my setup, but I am trying to learn Jriver along with the Jriver Id. My poor old mind takes so long to learn these things nowadays.