Don't misunderstand me: neither I nor my friends were invited into a local home. Oh, we so wished it but Tunisian people, though very polite and helpful, are a bit wary of tourists (why shouldn't they be anyway?) and simply don't open their homes to strangers. So I have no idea of what their homes look like, but if doors are a good indicator f the interior, then they must be beautiful! I have never seen doors so richly ornated or so charming or so colourful. Even simpler homes have bright doorways and make you want to go in. I am not surprised that the home is the centre of Tunisian life - if i had suh doors I would be proud of my humble abode too.