having, displaying, or in accordance with good taste: tasteful clothing; a tasteful room.

1605–15; taste + -ful

tastefully, adverb
tastefulness, noun
untasteful, adjective
untastefully, adverb
untastefulness, noun

tasteful, tasty.

elegant, chic, refined, suitable, becoming.
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tasteful (ˈteɪstfʊl)
1.  indicating good taste: a tasteful design
2.  a rare word for tasty

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Example sentences
At a time when money is suddenly at a premium it is probably not a particularly
  tasteful subject, that of spending.
Some of the tourism plant is tasteful, but some is a monstrosity.
Interior design throughout is tasteful and contemporary.
And also when you aren't sure where the line between tasteful and tasteless is,
  it's wise to play it safe.
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