pocket door - soften close against jamb
I just installed a pocket door kit (Johnson 1500) using 24" solid core doors. This is for a master bathroom. To add privacy I also added door stops to the jamb to create a recess for the door edge. There will not be the standard Johnson latch so I'm wondering about sliding it closed and having something to deaden the door hit when it meets the jamb. Any ideas? I'm considering a silicone bumper or two (such as used for cabinet doors), but don't want the door to bounce off it but get muffled instead. Thoughts appreciated.
(BTW, in case anyone is wondering, the privacy lock will be a flip-out type that is installed into the door face on the inside near the split jamb side. When it's flipped open it braces the door against the split jamb.)