The master Bedroom's main big wall has a column. This is the wall we wanted to place the bed on but due to the column on one side of the wall the bed cannot be placed in the center. So how do i deal with this issue ?
A direct front photograph of the wall with the column along with the dimensions would help. Most likely you can balance the projection by building some shelves alongside the column to disguise the offset in the wall. Then you can place the bed exactly as you originally planned
Please share a front view photograph of the wall along with it's dimensions for us to get a better picture of your situation. I assure you that we, the designers here on houzz community, will be able to resolve your dilemma.
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hey this the bedroom . You can see the wall it has a huge column
Assuming that the column is 3.5'-4', you can place a queen size bed right beside the column so there is enough space to circulate around the bed on the right hand side. A little, about 3", projection from the column towards the wall (as seen in this picture) will allow you to have a cove light and will look somewhat like this. You can use a textured wallpaper for the rest of the wall.
If the column is wider than 4', then you can create projections with plyboards on the entire wall and add cove lights as seen in this picture
here are some pictures I took off the net