We sometimes put more than one adjective in front of a noun. We put ‘opinion’ adjectives (what we think, not facts), e.g. amazing, boring, comfortable, before others:
Look at these amazing multi-colored tropical fish.
I love my comfortable old leather armchair.
We put adjectives describing type or purpose (what something is for) next to the noun.
These adjectives are often part of the noun:
Amazing multi-colored tropical fish. (= type of fish)
A long steel hunting knife. (= knife used for hunting)
When we use other adjectives, we usually put them in this order:
We don’t usually use more than three or four adjectives in front of a noun. If we want to give more information we use another clause or sentence:
Wrong: My uncle has a really valuable large old black Italian sports car.
Right: My uncle has a large black Italian sports car, which is old and really valuable.