There are a hundred of things around us that can be used and reused as something very different from the original item. What do you do about the baby pens that you have used and have no other children to put them into? The baby jail can be reused as a laundry item. It’s bizarre but very efficient. You can repurpose this into a wall mounted small-clothes drying rack or an indoor diaper line. You just have to put some hooks that hold onto these racks and then put these racks on them. You have a readymade line drying indoor rack.
In the picture, the hooks used are the ones used to hold plant pots so they are good 6-inches away from the wall kind of structures. The baby jail can simply be hung sideways from the hook. This distance from the wall allows plenty of space for diapers, socks, undies and other small items to be hung on them. These racks can be adjusted according to you and will also help you in managing space crunch in your laundry room.
You will also see the picture of a line dry where a stretched out travel-clothesline has been used. This is put up right in front of the laundry room window so that moisture is well balanced indoors. So what do you want to say about a line drying option vis-à-vis a wall mounted drying rack. Yes, the drying rack takes much lesser space and because of its wall-adjusted structure, it does not even come in your way. You can absolutely pace from one room to another having these racks on your room walls but can you imagine something similar with line drying? Almost anything that is not too big to fit on the racks can be dried off in these racks. It is expected that the designer will rake the racks up further to increase the airflow so as to make the act of drying clothes easier and faster.