I'm afraid centering was never going to be an option, so I'll have to put up with a few audio problems. Once I get the shelves built on the left side, I'll do an analysis of the acoustics and see what needs to be done.Found it. Thanks for the link and directions. You did a clean looking job of applying the fabric. In the Home Theater world that sort of fabric false wall used to hide your front stage gear is referred to as a "screen wall". It's unfortunate you were not able to center the front LCR trio on the room's centerline. I would expect the asymmetry to cause some issues with the RH side of the image and soundstage. Did you apply any acoustic treatments behind your screen wall? How about tilting each loudspeaker (the center channel in particular) so it's optimal vertical acoustic axis is aimed at the listener's ears? The radiation pattern of those sorts of planar dynamic tweeters tend to have a very narrow vertical listening window.
Behind the screen is a cavity about two feet deep. The back wall is a stud wall with drywall on the far side (one wall of the shop behind it). On the theater side, I put denim insulation between the studs, and covered that with the same fabric (I still have plenty left over). Yes, the speakers are tilted toward the opposite listener's position, and the center is tilted up a bit, although it's not as far off-axis as the other speakers would be.