Generally, the adjective order in English is:
1. My brother lives in a lovely, gigantic, ancient, brick house.
2. My sister adopted a beautiful big white bulldog.
3. I want to buy a beautiful, new, blue, European car.
4. She had a big, ugly, old, baggy, blue, stripey, cotton, British, knitting bag.
We use some adjectives only after a link verb:
Our teacher was ill. We had an ill teacher.