The light green paint is called "seedling", the off white walls and trim are "white dove", and the windows as well as exit door are "northhampton puddy". All are by Benjamin Moore and the first is part of the "Affinity" historic collection while the third is a lighter shade of one. A darker green called "boreal forest" is also an Affinity paint and on the dining room fireplace surround. The green living room walls are "pine brook". All are lovely names and colors while in the eighteenth century, green pigment was expensive and a status symbol.
The window seat wall had a hole repaired with new sheet rock. The fix allowed us to discover that this part of the house was also very old and originally brick insulated, although conventionally insulated in the 70's. Two original; wavy window panes were broken and Christian removed several from a matching old window found in the garage to replace them.
Here is a picture of the Royal Govenor's Palace bedroom in Williamsburg, VA. A beautiful green and white room via Pinterest.