antiquey

antiquey

(ænˈtiːkɪ)
adj
informal having the appearance of an antique
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The interior is charmingly antiquey, with dark wood, ageing brown leather and a mirrored ceiling.
He now has 60 employees there and 13 stores across the country, from Nashville to Chicago to Manhattan, all fitted with an antiquey, timeworn aesthetic that would feel right at home in a certain grandmother's abode.
It will look beautiful, actually, with a restrained, antiquey sort of feel" (qtd.
"It's this cool, funky, interesting alternative clothing-and-housewares antiquey (place).
The heritage Victorian Hotel at 514 Homer Street (001 604 681 6369; victorianhotel.ca) combines a central location with antiquey rooms and free Wi-Fi.
Without doubt our favourite wallpaper this season is an antiquey French style affair depicting beautiful delicate butterflies.
On the way up I have plenty of time, so stop in past Abernyte at a huge antiquey place off the M90 and buy what every woman needs - a draft excluder cushion with dogs all over it.
There are lots of antiquey ones around at the moment," she says.