Regardless of how small a Queen Anne style home was, the walls always presented on opportunity for decoration. This was no less true on the 1905 Hodgson Pomeroy house plan. Stick and spindlework tie this plan into its Victorian antecedents. This is a very small house with only about 700 sq. ft. on the main floor. Without an indication of where the stairs might be located, it begs the question of where precisely the sleeping quarters were located or how they were accessed.