A new ad campaign for a housebuilder that promises to build and rent tiny houses is already hitting the market, but now it has an online component.
The housebuilder, Taschen, is aiming to sell online ads for its Tiny House Homes program in California, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, and Alaska, with plans to expand to other states and territories.
The ads promise to build a house that can be used for living space or shared with other members of the family, but they also have a bit of advertising for other uses, such as helping people with health problems.
Tascen’s new Tiny House Home Builder is available to download for free from Tascens website.
In the ads, a person named Alex is shown sitting in a house on a hillside with a backyard pool and a dog.
She describes the house as “the perfect size for a family,” and offers the option of renting it out to people who can’t afford it.
Tacchin is featured as a “house builder,” a role he said was “an important part of our job.”
The ad also has an image of Alex standing on a beach, wearing a “Taschen Tiny House Builder” T-shirt.
Tabs are set in the ads that read “The Perfect House for Rent,” and the words “Tacchin Tiny House” and “Tecan Tiny House.”
“We wanted to bring the idea of tiny homes and sustainable living to the world,” Tascan said in a statement.
“We’re excited to work with the public and help people to live in a way that is better for the environment and their health.”
Tascin’s ads are already online, but some of the features Taschens new Tiny Houses program includes include: “Taco Bell-inspired” food containers, including a “chili taco” and a “sausage taco” that can contain a full meal.
“Coffee” pods with a lid that can hold coffee, and “food storage” with a cup and bowl.
“House decor” with “chic patterns, wall hangings, and other designs” that have “a modern twist.”
A series of “small house” and miniature house style features.
“Bamboo floors” that make a room feel like a “bedroom.”
“Furniture in the house” with walls made from “bamboo” that “looks like you could walk through.”
And of course, a “laptop” with Tascans design of a “mini-couch” for “personalized” use.
TASChen has been making tiny house ads for years, but the company has been trying to make the advertising more relevant in the digital age.
The company recently introduced a feature in the new Tiny Homes program called “Live on the Hill,” which is similar to an ad for Airbnb.
When users visit the website, the website presents them with a “Live” tab where they can sign up for a free month to live on the hill.
Tasca is a brand that has recently been making ads in California that use its online ad program to promote the sale of a home.
The ad for Tasca, which features a family with children, features a small house, a kitchen, and a bathtub.
Tassel has also launched a Tiny House Ads Program, which is available in Washington and Oregon, and in Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah.
“With our new program, we are able to offer the same content, quality and value that we deliver to our clients through our live ads,” Tasca said in its statement.
The program will be launched in Washington in February.
Tasha Williams, a public relations manager at Tasche, told HuffPost that the Tiny Houses ads “are designed to be very engaging.”
“What we do is show how small you can be,” Williams said.
“People have always asked us what small is, and we’re not just trying to talk about how small we are.
We want to show people that, as an entrepreneur, we can build a very small house that fits your needs and budget.
Tiny House ads are a great way to do that.”
TASCEN Tiny House Builders, TASCES website, offers the ads in three categories: “House Builder,” “House Owner,” and “Loaner.”
The company says that Tiny Houses can be rented for “renting a home in the United States or Canada” for an “average of $200,000.”
It also offers a $15,000 “loaner” option, which offers a “fixed-price mortgage with no down payment.”
The Tiny House ad for the loaner program is set in a “paint-filled house with a view of the Pacific Ocean,” and Williams said it’s “beautiful and a little eerie.”