One lady I know hangs clothes on the line all winter. She has a line strung on her front porch as well, which gets used when it's raining. I'm not hard-core enough to hang wet laundry outside in the dead of winter, but there are other options.
1. Use a wooden drying rack. These are great but they don't hold a lot, tip over easily (in my experience) and aren't cheap.
2. String up a line indoors. I know of one girl who strung a line right through the middle of her double wide like a big party banner!
3. Put an extra shower curtain rod in your shower. Put clothing on a hanger and hang it on the extra shower rod. This is how I dry indoors. It works well if I don't have too much laundry and if neither of us are taking a shower during that time.
4. Hang a homemade drying rack on the ceiling and dry clothing on hangers. I got this idea from a really cool mom (you know who you are!) and I think it is the best of all options. After the clothes dry, you don't even have to hang them up- just move the (plastic) hangers into the closet. Unlike the standing drying racks, you can dry a LOT more clothes, and you don't have to coordinate clothes drying with shower time. Nor do you have to handle wet clothes in the dead of winter or run a huge underwear-ridden party banner through the largest room in your house.
This hanging rack was made from the sides of an old crib.
Do you line-dry indoors? What's your laundry secret?