Line em up. Always have and always will.
You don't have to travel to Italy or Mexico to see clothes hanging on a line. Do it in your own backyard, even if your neighbors can see.
The slow line dry is a soothing old world ritual and a new reality task, meditation, habit energy -saving smell good preservation of fabric. All you need are wooden clothespins from the market, a line and some soap. I have noticed even Tide smells good if you line dry, but the mother of all good smells is Ecos Magnolia & Lily with all natural soy based fabric softener. It is incredible and no I don't work for the company, I inherited the soap when I was subletting a house in Marin line drying away even in the service porch.
Save money on your dryer bill and notice how many years your clothes and fabrics last. I'm talking years of longevity and it's kind of smart.
Ok, here's the bad architecture picture but hey, it shows a little slow city living