Speaker Cable Feet: Suggestions?

I heard that elevating speaker cables off the floor improves the sound. Regardless, I like the look of elevated cables, and I don't want my cleaning people to vacuum over them (ugh...). So, does anyone have a recommendation for where to go for speaker cable feet?

I just recently elevated my cables about 10" off the floor and the difference was amazing. The clarity improved dramatically. This is an incredibly cheap and effective tweak.

Go to the grocery store and buy a bag of 12" bamboo skewers. $2.09 for a bag here on Maui. (They are incredibly strong).

Take three of them and tightly wrap a 5-6" long piece of yellow gasline teflon tape around them two inches from the top. Now just spread them out like a teepee. I will take a little force to make the teepee, but the tape has just enough stretch to make this work perfectly. Stain them any color you want to match your carpet or flooring and they virtually disappear.
Btw, I would be very careful using the ceramic insulators or creme brulee cups.

The reason for elevating the cables to begin with is to eliminate the dielectric of the carpet, as well as the static.

Without knowing what materials the ceramic is made with, you may be doing more harm than good. Porcelain typically has a high dielectric between 5.0 - 7.0.

Teflon, on the other hand, has a dielectric of 2.0 and I suspect that thoroughly dried bamboo is somewhere between 2.0 - 3.0. Besides, the skewers are so thin, the contact surface is extremely minimal.

I went to an electric utility company and got a dozen ceramic insulators. These were used/replaced but in good condition. If you get the larger insulators, your cables just lay on top in the groove. I have my speakers cables and the interconnects to my monoblocks on these insulators.
Fiddler Ceramic is ceramic. Porcelin is something different.
And the dialectric makes no difference. They are just lying on top of it.
Natalie, I think you are very wrong. The dielectric is very important. That's one of the very reasons to get the cables off of the carpet to begin with. And I wish you would do some research before you make absolute pronouncements like "the dialectric makes no difference". There are many, many resources to confirm that dielectrics dramatically affect the signal. Please do some reading and "listening" before you tell everyone else the moon is made of cheese.

And the "ceramic insulators" typically only get the cables off of the carpet 2-3 inches. Static is another big problem with the carpet and I am not sure that 2-3 inches is enough to be effective. Rub a balloon in your hair, hold it a couple of inches away and you can certainly feel the static.

I am sure audioengr or someone else with a better mind can jump in here to expound.