A fun neon sign greets visitors to the Hotel Clermont's in-house restaurant Tiny Lou's, a French-themed bistro with a cocktail-forward program. The menu, as you would except from its French inspiration, is meat-centric, though there are vegetarian options too. Blue Ridge Trout Almondine and Duck Consomme are delicious but don't miss the Pommes Aligot. At $9 for a side, these are some pricey cheesy mashed potatoes, but probably worth the bank.
This transitional rec room sitting area features a red striped shade, chairs upholstered in a red paisley print, paintings with red on them and a red Oriental carpet. The brown wood coffee table anchors the room.
This recreation room is made even more amazing by its classic Americana style. Subtle gray paired with rich red and navy make this room stylish and inviting. Perfect for entertaining and movie nights, the problem won't be getting people there, it will be trying to get them to leave.
Basement rec room. This open floor plan has a cohesive look and an easy flow from zone to zone, with no obstacles or barriers. The main living space is combined with the bar and creates a functional space for entertaining.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, this dark and dated basement was transformed into the ultimate family room with tons of amenities. To make movie night a breeze, Sarah installed a kitchenette with a built-in beverage chiller, microwave and tons of storage. No need to walk upstairs for drinks or popcorn!
After a leisurely game of pool, the bachelor and a guest can retreat to this sleek bistro table. A custom bottle opener and expansive wine rack keep drinks within reach, while a silver sunburst mirror adds a touch of glamour to the walls.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, a cinder block wall was removed to create this open and bright basement entertainment area. Sarah installed new wood paneling below the chair rail, neutral modern furnishings and heated Brazilian slate floors for a durable space that will accommodate a growing family of four.
This simple basement design is perfect for a home gym. The concrete walls are softened by an accent wall of orange and white painted diagonal stripes. Rubber floor matts soften the floor for working out, and letters painted on the wall allow for an easy way to keep track of workout sessions.
This recreation room packs a punch! A lengthy, custom-built sofa sits below the room's highlight -- a massive piece of photo art depicting a crashing wave. The scale of the otherwise simple piece is what makes it so impactful. Nearby beanbag chairs in an animal print add to the room's sense of whimsy and comfort.
These chairs are dressy yet casual with rich brown wood and red and white patterned fabric. Big red cushions with button detail add comfort to the space and the unique wood table in between offers character making this rec room fun and fabulous.
Warm hardwood floors are paired with cool gray walls for this contemporary rec room. The long space uses furniture to create defined areas: a media section, music room and stainless steel table for playing games or working. Black-and-white photography creates a beautiful gallery on the wall.
A guest house with rec room designed for games and fun sits at the edge of the pool patio, offering guests easy access to the best amenities on this Rancho Santa Fe, Calif., property. The rec room includes space for watching TV, enjoying a beverage and playing ping pong.