Is it a big deal?
Background: 1928 home our DD is remodeling and the kitchen has been gutted.
She's at the lighting stage and left the contractor to install recessed lights. The plans called for the lights to be installed 28" away from the walls along the 19' wall.
Well, she came back only to find he had evenly spaced them on the 12' wall which means the cans are now about 4' from the walls.
She's using 2 hanging fixtures that will be centered on the 12' wall as well.
Will it look strange to have the hanging fixtures so close to the line of recessed lights?
Will shadows be a problem?
Time is important and to ask him to redo everything means a day's work was wasted. Would it be awful to leave things as is? or bite the bullet and get things changed back to how they should have been done?