I'm also thinking these if they don't raise the KEFs too high:
I recommend the IsoAcoustics ISO-L8R155. They provide two height options, and two tilt options. Three tilt options if you turn them around and tilt the speakers down. They are attractive, go to together in a jiffy, and let you fiddle with height and tilt options. Lots of fun!
I recommend that whatever stands you get, they be high enough to place the tweeters at or near your seated ear level. If the speakers are not too far apart you're in for a treat as you first hear "near-field" sound. You'll find there is a "bubble" of sound hovering over your desktop and when you get your ears in there the sound quality can be quite remarkable.
You need not spend money on stands to hear this. Pile up some books to raise your speakers to the necessary level. Try the speakers at a low height, and then try them at ear level. Then you can choose a stand knowing what kind of results to expect. I think you'll be pleased with how good those little KEFs can be.