Designer Spotlight: Elizabeth Gerzetich

Elizabeth Gerzetich


As a Designer and Director of Services to the trade at Chestnut Hall, Elizabeth M. Gerzetich offers her extensive design knowledge, passion, creativity and drive to each of her customers and clients. She brings a great eye for proportion and style, as well as a wealth of knowledge to every customer and independent designer she assists.

 An Atlanta Georgia native, Elizabeth found her way to Memphis after graduating from Ole Miss with a degree in Psychology and a minor in Art History.  As the daughter of acclaimed Atlanta architect Tipton Masterson, Elizabeth has always shown a great interest in the Arts and Design from AP classes in art to summer internships in interior design during both high school and college.  She came to Chestnut Hall after spending five and a half years as Lee Pruitt’s design assistant at Lee Pruitt Interior Design. There, she further honed her design skills working on both residential and commercial projects in such places as New York, Florida, Montana, and locally where she was published in Fix Magazine in 2012.

After joining the Chestnut Hall team in 2014, she worked to meet the design needs of her customers and clients, as well as visiting some of the most established furniture manufacturing factories, where she received intensive demonstrations and workshops on the design and construction of the best made American furniture on the market.  In 2015, Elizabeth took over the position of Director of Services to the Trade. As leader of the outside design program, Elizabeth continues to cultivate successful and purposeful relationships between Chestnut Hall and the many independent and freelance designers who frequent the store to execute their aesthetic needs and inspiring designs for their clients locally and beyond. All projects, regardless of scale or scope, are handled with identical attention to detail for success. Just as she does with these design professionals, Elizabeth intricately incorporates unmatched design services with all her customers and clients personalities and requests.

She met her wonderful husband Jonathan Gerzetich in Germantown and they married at the Dixon Gallery and Gardens in 2017. They welcomed their beautiful daughter, Anna, on May 30, 2019.  She is the light of their lives and they love every minute of being parents.





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