Heat vent location conflicts with furniture placement
Our house is currently framed and dry-walled. We just did a walk-through to check the placement of heat vents and noticed that the vents in Bedroom 2 and Bedroom 3 conflict with our planned furniture placement.
Blue = furniture placement
Red = vent placement
Bedroom 2 isn't a HUGE deal, but Bedroom 3 has me very concerned, as that is the only location to place a queen bed in the room. I just got off the phone with the builder, who agreed that this was the only logical location for a bed, but suggested that we just "float" the bed 6 inches away from the wall. Do you think this is an acceptable solution?
I did find some pictures of beds that are not flush with the wall, but (1) they all look very modern and (2) they are all in rooms that are at least twice the size of our Bedroom 3.
The builder is going to (1) provide some suggestions for after-market products I can use to deflect the air out from under the bed and (2) quote me a price to split the vents (one under each window on either side of the bed) but I feel like this vent placement is a mistake on their part and I shouldn't have to eat the cost for poor planning.
I know this community consists of a wide variety of both homeowners and home builders, so I'd appreciate your candid thoughts and suggestions.