The oldest room in a Dar, decorated with gypsum carving, wood carved and hand painted tiles. With 2 large windows onto the courtyard, located at the ground floor. The room is T-shaped, with a work desk and a traditional Tunisian bench and mirror, at the centre of the room; perfect for reading, relaxing or eating. You will not want to leave Kallalin, with its view onto the courtyard, watching the shadows move, around the day. The room is named after Kallalin pottery workshops, which were an important production workshop in the Medina of Tunis from the 16th till early 20th century. Kallalin ceramic workshops are no longer in the Medina, but you can find some Kallalin ceramic pieces, decorated around the Dar, as part of the private Hamida Ben Gacem collection.