This is a reasonably good view showing the garden layout. It is mostly six 8' by 3' by 12" high framed beds, plus a 30' long by 2' wide trellis bed and two 3' by 3' beds. The trellis gets the cukes, italian flat pole beans, snow peas, and sometimes I try growing cantaloupe up it (without much success).
The bed between them has broccoli, cabbage, and radichhio (a red chicory). It is half-full of beebalm (Monarda) that I moved there "temporarily" 3 years ago. I've left them there because it seemed a good idea to have a great bee attractant in the middle of the garden.
The nearest bed is the one I moved from a shady spot to this sunnier one last month. In most of the garden, I have black plastic covered with old carpet to suppress weeds between the beds. So, the lawn growing between the rest of the beds and the new one is temporary. As soon as I get ahold of some more old carpet, I'll eliminate that. Meanwhile, it is spaced just far enough to allow my lawn mower to fit.
The 3' by 3' beds are for herbs.