boutiquey

boutiquey

(buːˈtiːkɪ)
adj
having the characteristics of a boutique
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So try a boutiquey site where your neighbour's night-time noises will not keep you up.
"Four of them are really 'boutiquey' and are more conversation pieces," Neumueller says, "but rum is a playful spirit, and I like to have a variety around."
Walking into the restaurant you are greeted by a French boutiquey retro vibe, that in a way manages to draw you into the whole French culinary experience -- the accompaniment of French music throughout the meal also adds a cute touch.
Ferguson, who lives in Atlantic Beach on Long Island with her husband and son, is looking to expand her firm to 20-25 agents, from the 15 they currently have now, but still keep the "boutiquey feel" and collaborative atmosphere.
Our stay in NYC was in Hotel Wales a boutiquey upper east side spot.
"It's like an old hotel that they've tried to make a wee bit boutiquey," is how my pal April summed it up.
Starwood has planted large, boutiquey W hotels on five continents.
"It was great fun and it has a very boutiquey vibe but this is a first for us and a first for Longitude as no one has ever been before."
It had that boutiquey element which was like the Floris Suite Hotel and the interview went well because on my way back to London, I got a call from the agency, offering it to me.
Hmmm a newly renovated, boutiquey style house, with roof terrace right on the beach?