Thanks all for taking a look and all the thought put into this :)
I've considered all the suggestions, and this is what I've come up with.
I like the raised bed actually. I said it was rotting, but it's only the top tier of wood that's rotting. (@Sallymander, it's just a raised bed with rocks). I think I'd like to keep it
So I was thinking, since the bed gets lost without the fence and they tie so well together in design, I'll cut the fence down and use the frame and wood as a raised planter along the house on that side to match the style of the raised garden. I am interested in keeping the bush in behind the fence too, but cut shorter. Do you know if this type bush will grow back if I cut it down? I don't want to kill it.
The right side I did myself. I admit, it was neglected for a couple years, but I have been trying to rejuvenate the wigeilas. I just trimmed them again and they are looking better. The red bush (idk what is called) was just a little thing when i planted it and is still bushing out and filling in. (If anyone can ID that red bush, it would be appreciated). I think a couple more trimmings and it will look nice. I do think I let it grow quite scraggly, but can work in it. The other bushes are spirea, and i cut them down each fall, sometimes more. That side has a slightly curved design as well already. Mowing is not a prob, thanks for the advice!
We were walking across the grass where I was envisioning a curved walkway. Thinking about planting little sedum types and perenials in between the walkway and future raised planter in front of the green bush thing.
Why do you all think?