Pocket door in and uncased opening vs barn door
I am planning a kitchen renovation. The opening from my dining room/hall into the kitchen is an unframed opening, floor to ceiling and I want to maintain that full ht opening. The wall on the dining room side of the opening runs up to the full ht of the ridge (second floor above) The easiest solution for a door would be a barn door, but I prefer a pocket door; classic, understated, preserves wall space for art, etc. My question; is it possible to install a pocket door in a floor to ceiling uncased opening? Will the result be successful aesthetically? Please Advise.