PS: Randall and Beth have gone through a lot of ups and downs on the show lately. What do you think is the one thing that keeps them from getting a divorce?
SKW: I think that a good home environment can do that. When you create a home, you want it to be a place where you have a sense of peace and you get energy from it. Home should be where your team is. And [Randall and Beth] have that. It's the kind of [marriage] that we all want.
PS: How is your West Coast home aesthetically different from Beth and Randall's home on the show?
SKW: It's smaller. [Laughs] Mine definitely has more of an Afrocentric feel. That's something that's very important to me. I like feeling my culture and vibe in my home. I am of Jamaican descent, and I like having a bit of a Caribbean feel to it. There's a painting by Jamaican artist Kitwana Robinson that is very near and dear to me, and I wanted to design everything sort of around that. All the little Afrocentric touches are different from my home on This Is Us. Now mind you, from season one to season two, there have been some slight changes that have been brought in, things that more reflect black culture on set. For me, I definitely wanted that to be a part of my home aesthetic.