Cheap ass sundays

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While most Americans take Sundays to rest (i.e. eat) and hit the buffets (i.e. eat too much), I am out there hustling and twerkin’ for a good deal! In this new feature of Skyway Living, I take you with me down the rabbit hole, in search of a good online deal. For this week, I am on a quest for a new kitchen rug (our current rug, as I’m sure you can imagine, has succumbed to Cheeto dust and street paw residue). 

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CHEAP:

The Courtyard rug from Wayfair, which fits nicely with the rustic flair that’s been making inroads in our apartment. I’m a fan of the blue jean and beige colors, and at $30 for 2’7″ x 5′ of rug, this is a steal! REMINDER: SHOPLIFTING IS A CRIME*

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*only if you don’t get away with it

CHEAPER:

This adorable and fun rug, called Breakfast March, is from Dot & Bo. I love it so much because the coffee is the HBIC, like it is in my household. At only $27, it’s a bargain considering how much joy and breakfast realness it will bring. The mint color and sunny optimism make it a perfect fit for my mid-century modern leaning kitchen. The only thing I would add to this rug is a can of diet coke on the end of the procession… because I’m disgusting. A disgusting diet coke addict. I’d put it in my cereal if it was socially acceptable. Yum!

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CHEAP-ASS:

Oh man. The cheapest find of the week goes to the Stripestep Cotton Dhurrie rug from West Elm. This 2′ x 6′ runner is only 15 bucks! IT IS SO CHEAP FOR WHAT YOU ARE GETTING! Seriously, that’s less than a $1 per square foot– I think! I don’t know! I don’t do math on Sundays, but I’m pretty sure that’s a cheap ass deal. One for the record books. The Guinness Book of the World’s Biggest Cheap Asses (I’m on the cover).

You know I bought it. I bought it real good. Thanks West Elm!

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