The first time I ordered a dashboard cover online, I did it through RockAuto. When it arrived, I was surprised to find that return address was barely two miles from my apartment, from a company called Dash Designs. I've bought a couple of dashboard covers from them since then, and always in person instead. It's a manufacturing facility; they actually design and sew their covers right here in Tempe. They have a nice storefront with samples on display and swatches of every color of every material they offer. They also make seat covers.
The first thing I did after I bought my Mirage was walk in there and pick out some seat covers. I hate black interiors. It's hot and stuffy, and any interior designer will tell you that dark spaces feel smaller. People say it hides dirt, which is true if you're tracking dark mud and spilling coffee, but there couldn't be a worse choice for hiding dust, or white fur. I live in the desert, and have a Husky mix who will be blowing an unholy torrent of fluffy white fur as soon as winter's over.
Dash Designs has a couple of options that look like they were pulled from the swatch book of late '90's GM. Remember when car seat fabric had a nap to it? I miss those days. It's all flat and scratchy now, even on more expensive cars.
So, before. So gloomy! I don't even want to think about putting Tasi in here.
They finished making the covers yesterday. They offer free install for local customers, too, so I took them up on that offer today. I chose "Plush Regal" in "Tan," which didn't please me on their website, but impressed me in person. Looks like a '98 Malibu, I think.
Their catalog only goes up to 2018 currently, but I can confirm here that it still fits on a 2019. They're actually sold through RockAuto for cheaper than I paid in person ($110 to $150 per row instead of the $145 I paid), but you still have to pay shipping and install them yourself.
I promise I have no affiliation with this company. I just live close and love what they do.
And yes, they offer everything in black, too... if that's your thing...