The pinkest classroom in Faye's high school. The most ruffled and doilied. The cleanest, brightest. The most elaborate, with ovens and sewing stations ,refrigerators, banks of saucepan and stockpot.
Source: The Nix
I'm trying to understand the above description of Faye's high school. It is described as the cleanest and brightest, and yet also "ruffled and doilied". Does ruffled hear means disordered per its literal meaning? And the closest word to doilied I could find is doily, which refers to a small ornamental mat. Does it mean the same in this context? So the high school is clean, yet disordered with misplaced ornamental mats?