Beep beep beep beep beep beep… we’ve received a missive from outer space! After voyaging to the outer limits of our solar system and back, Neptune is returning with stories of distant planets, new discoveries, and alien encounters.Our bold, cobalt blue is out of retirement and back in orbit as of February 22nd at 12pm, available in full Nugget, Cover Set, and Pillow Pack form.While Neptune generally conducts intergalactic travel solo, you can pair this bold blue with other Nuggety colors for a stellar crew. Read the following mission log to proceed with takeoff… you don’t want to miss this launch. Just – oof! – look out for the asteroids.
Bright as a Supernova
This color is named for the eighth planet in our solar system, which is known for its cold temperatures and strong winds, but in truth, this color is anything but icy. Neptune shines almost as bright as Sirius when placed near other bright colors, from cool Lolly to interstellar Saturn.
In homes, pairing Neptune with other brights brings a playful, modern vibe to any room.
Nugget’s Dream: The Blue Planet
Neptune is nicknamed “The Blue Planet,” which we think sounds pretty darn awesome. While we can’t voyage there directly, we can showcase how beautiful this hue is next to our other blues, including Atlantis. Compared to other blues in the Nuggetverse, Neptune is a true cobalt blue – deeper blue than aquamarine Snorkel and significantly brighter and lighter than our navy Blueridge.Neptune fits right into any space-themed room, pairing with the other blues of deep space and the various yellows of stars far and near.
Orbiting Sunny Colors
Just like Neptune rotates around the sun, blues orbit warm, sunny colors on the color wheel. Bright oranges and yellows will pop when paired with Neptune – Starfish is one of our favorite pairings!