Corner loading/left louder ?

Speakers set about 10-12 inches from wall, toed in to my position on the couch. 
Left speaker is close to an open area which has a staircase, hallway etc etc, right speaker is in a corner about 4.5 feet from corner,. When I sit at my couch position, the right side (corner of room) seems a bit louder. Is this corner loading?  Which the room makes one side sound louder than the other?
 I've tried numerous positions, putting pillows on flor and behind speaker, but right side still seems to be louder, more music from right side compared to left speaker. Help

Sure sounds like it to me. Why are you concerned? Given the non-symmetrical attributes of your room, I would adjust the balance of the left/right speakers to compensate for the difference.

Yes, but then I will know there's more juice going to the left to compensate, which will always be in my head, driving me bat sh*t

ill give it a try or just learn to live with it.   Thank you
If you can I'd pull the speakers another foot or even another two feet into the room if you haven't already done so and see what happens.  It might help and you may find an improvement in imaging and soundstaging although probably at the expense of some bass loading, which may be part of the problem.  I'd also experiment with toe in -- maybe try crossing the speakers a bit in front of you if you haven't already done that yet either.  As suggested you can use the balance control if you have one, but I find this can sometimes compromise sound quality.  If you have the flexibility you could also try placing the speakers so they flank the corner (so the corner would be midway between the speakers).  I've seen this done at audio shows to help mitigate smaller or irregularly shaped rooms.  In all seriousness and if positioning doesn't help at all, you might consider getting your hearing checked just to rule that out.  Best of luck.