If you are interested in seeing some of the retired Nugget comfort couch colors, look no further! I have gathered them up for you to enjoy.
Obsessed with Nugget kid’s couches? Aren’t we all!
This couch is more than just a couch – and more than a kid’s toy. It’s a beautiful, high quality piece that everyone in your home can enjoy.
Nuggets come in many colors. Part of the allure is collecting multiple colored covers!
However, periodically, Nugget retires colors. This means that they are no longer available for sale from Nugget directly and you will need to buy them secondhand.
These aren’t easy to find, but they are fun to admire!
Retired Nugget Comfort colors
Potion was a neon, super bright purple color.
Snorkel was a neon turquoise color.
Pebble was a very warm gray or greige color.
Blue jean was a light denim blue color.
Black beard was a true black in the single brushed material.
Saturn was a very bright yellow-green neon color.
Daybreak was a baby blue-gray color, super soft and soothing.
Dewdrop was a soft periwinkle that could read light blue or purple.
A warm brown corduroy.
Lilly pad was a fern green cordaroy material.
Mayberry was mauve – a purpley pink option.
Pebble was a mousey taupe, a warm gray color.
Potion was a super bold jewel toned purple.
Redwood was a muted brick red.
Rodeo was a deep rust orange.
Sweet pea is a blush pink color, likened by many online to the color of bologna. I assume that this was the reason it was retired – hopefully to be replaced by a better pink.
Dew drop was a dusty powdered blue color. It sometimes looked a little purple to me.
Submarine was the classic navy blue that has been around for a really long time. It was retired to be replaced by a navy in the double brushed suede material.
Alice & Ames Mabel Floral
This was a one-time release special edition. It had a white background with colorful floral print all over it!
Beanstalk was a deep emerald green.
Taxicab is a dark, bright yellow color. Yellow-er than mustard. The color of a Cheezit.
Lagoon is my favorite – I have 2! It’s a dusty teal shade.
Stardust was a very light lavender color.
A rich, deep pink color. Not at all Pepto Bismol – darker and less bright.
Peachtree was a beautiful peach color. In some light it reads pink, some more orange. Owners describe it as a “true peach”. Pairs very well with Rosebud!
Confetti was a one time release with a black background and colorful rainbow polka dots!
Neptune is an almost royal blue color.
Sand castle was a dark tan color – almost a dark khaki. *Sandcastle has since been brought back!*
Piglet was a pale pink shade.
Rust was a collaboration with June & January and very limited release. It’s a deep orange color.
Honey Bee was a dark yellow color, less bright than Lemon or Taxi Cab.
Broadway was a deep, bright red color.
Starfish was a darker coral color – a bit more pink than orange. *Starfish has since been brought back!*
Cactus was a medium-dark minty green color. *Cactus has since been brought back!*
Rumpus was a limited edition printed cover with muted colored abstract shapes.
Bermuda was a limited edition printed cover, mint with white triangles on it.
Majesty is a purple color – it’s not a royal purple, but has a bit of pink in it – almost the color of Barney the dinosaur.
Cantaloupe was a dark peachy color that is much more orange than pink.
Skydive was a beautiful blue color – not pastel at all, but more of a medium-darkness shade of blue.
Lemon was a bright, almost neon yellow color. They have white zippers.
Chocolate was an original, Kickstarter color. They also have white zippers.
Grape was a super bright fuschia purple color, also with a white zipper.
Red was an another original Kickstarter color, also with a white zipper. It was brighter and less deep than Broadway.
Lime is – like it sounds – a bright lime green. It was an original Kickstarter color with a white zipper.
This was a solid black color with a white zipper.
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