Assuming you meant you need to connect the 6 clients, WAP, and 2 printers on the 2nd floor instead of the first...
Typically the way most enterprises would handle this would be:
Service from telecom/ISP which terminates at the "Demarcation". From here your MDF (Main dist. frame) is built out (This sounds like your R1 and your two switches). From here you would connect IDFs (Intermediate dist. frames) by wiring through the walls and going into closets/server rooms.
If the distance is <100m, you can run cat6 (though make sure you use the proper grade, e.g. plenum if in a plenum space) to the second floor IDF closet. From there, connect your 6 hardwired clients; the AP; and the printers.
It can be as simple or complicated as you want. Many of the "Options" for what should be in your frames depends on your use case. Hope this helps!
Edit: It should be made explicit that at the IDF you will want/need more infra. (e.g. another switch). Run the appropriate media from your MDF to IDF and within the IDF closet have a small racked switch that from there gets patched out to the AP, clients wall termination, printers, etc.
Also, if this is your first time doing such work I would look into getting a contractor to consult with; plenty of people do this kind of work professionally and will likely be able to do it better than you could going in blindly - good luck!