Considering the desire to wall mount speakers, I'd take a look at Polk's speakers that are designed to be wall mounted:
Of those, the RTiA1's will be brighter and the TL3's will be a bit smoother. Pair them up with a good subwoofer and you should be set. Also easy to move around since you have plans to relocate. Both are not terribly efficient, but are also easy to drive with a lower powered tube amp.
I don't think it's a good idea to compromise on your personal safety if you're concerned about it with larger bookshelf speakers that should be on stands.
You might be surprised how good the TL3's can sound when they're properly paired with a subwoofer. And they don't cost too much either.