Not sure if this is any help? Basically it looks like they may in fact make one for your car? The switch in this forum thread is using a momentary switch to operate a garage door opener, so they must make one? Then either leave the garage door logo on the switch or use a bit of thinners to take the picture off the switch!
I did something similar on my Vitara. I just went down to the dealer and bought a spare switch from them and then put a new face on it. Those OEM switches can cost a heap of money though.
I would suggest a couple of options:
Take the switch blank (i.e. an empty button location) out of the console. They should pop out fairly easy. They should just be a plastic part. You can drill that and mount a normal push button switch of your liking to it. Probably the cheapest way to go.
Try visit a motor wrecker and see if you can get an OEM switch out of a wrecked car.
Most of the time, half the battle is in figuring out how to get the console parts off without breaking something - good luck.
Design I just made up in CorelDraw. It was then printed on a laser and then covered with a stencil cut vinyl applied over the top so that light wouldn’t shine through the black areas. I’ve attached a PDF of the design file I did (it has a few different ideas) - you should be able to import these into most packages to do something similar.