I was able to get the look that I wanted for only 260 pesos.
When I moved in, this is what I had to work with.
With the limited floor space, I decided to maximize the wall by adding slotted posts and shelving. It allows flexibility, and extends my kitchen with added storage for the appliances.
I thought I got a bargain using Cushioni Foam Bricks on the opposite wall, until I found wallpapers sold in the streets of Divisoria with a coverage of 4.5 sqm for only 130 pesos. I got lucky they have the gray brick design on stock and was so worried that I would have enough rolls that I got 8 of them.
I immediately worked on my walls as soon as I got back. The rolls were easy to work with, with built in adhesive like stickers.
I initially aligned the paper along the slotted posts, but it proves to be challenging when you align the print next to each other. Instead, I unscrewed all the posts and worked on the blank wall.
I was surprised with the coverage. It only took 2 rolls to cover the entire kitchen wall including the backsplash on the kitchen counter.
Once covered, I re-attached the the posts and rearranged the shelves.
Here's the before and after side by side: