Keyshawn’s always had an interest an interior design, and apparently, he’s pretty serious about it. He fancies himself a modern-day Mesach Taylor (that may be an obscure reference for our younger readers, so let me explain: Mesach Taylor played Anthony Bouvier on the hit ‘80s sitcom “Designing Women,” starring Delta Burke, Annie Potts, and Dixie Carter as the sultry Julia Sugarbaker. Bouvier lived in a house of four female interior designers and is, to this day, the first person who comes to mind when I think of male interior designers … aside from the legendary Christopher Lowell, of course).
Here’s an extremely brief interview that Keyshawn did with Dan Macsai of FastCompany.com about his interior design jones. For a guy who’s on television about 20 Sundays a year, Keyshawn isn’t very loquacious here. For me, here’s the highlight of the interview:
So how would you describe your own home?
It's clean. It's Mediterranean. I don't have a whole bunch of s—- everywhere.
That was it. That was the whole answer Not having a "whole bunch of s---" everywhere. What a tremendous design concept. I think I read about it once in “Whole Bunch of S--- Everywhere Magazine.”
Keyshawn hopes to get a line of Keyshawn Johnson home decoration products out in stores soon, and I wish him the best of luck with that. If you’re interested in the show, here’s a brief look at it:
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