I agree with everyone here. I also have some personal experience to share with you.
About twenty years ago, I was notoriously slow. And I was a 3 year "veteran" at the time.
However, like you - all of my patients were well groomed, fully dressed and wore glasses they could see through and hearing aids that were turned up to the proper volume. Nails were clean and teeth (or dentures) were always brushed.
When she handed my assignment to me one morning, the charge nurse said "If your beds aren't made by 11, I'm writing you up".
On my way to make my last bed at 10:52, one of my patients was sitting in the doorway of her room, rocking back and forth in her wheelchair and had to go to the bathroom ("bad"). So what was I supposed to do?
Long story short... I got "written up". As I was getting Mrs. M. back into her wheelchair while she gave a sigh of relief, the charge nurse was standing in the doorway at 11:01 with a smirk.
Later that day, the DON called me into the office, and upon hearing this story, tore up the "write-up" and tossed it, and proceeded to tell me I was doing a fantastic job - although I could work on the speed a bit.
Moral of the story is - your job is patient care, and if your patients are getting your best, the furniture can wait.
You will put on more speed during your patient care routine, and as you find little shortcuts you can make with the "furniture", you can continue your excellent care.