They decked the addition and laid out the plates for the walls. We went over to make sure everything looked good, and I decided that the master closet was too small. I had been concerned about that since planning it, but I thought it would work. It didn't. Anyway, the master bath was plenty big, so we took two feet from the bath and gave it to the closet. Much better, I think.
Here's the weird thing. The contractors didn't give us a hard time. They're used to building custom homes, and they've seen a billion changes. Better to do it now than when the walls are up. So they ended up helping us decide, making suggestions about cabinet layouts and dimensions. Totally supportive.
We're on a straight cost-plus, so the change will cost me about $25. It won't buy my builder a boat. [There used to be a boat in Rockport with the same name, but not as nice as the one pictured.]